Can a motion of contempt be filed on someone if they filed a motion for clarification?
Question Details: I have been divorced for almost 4 years. In my decree, the judge ordered 28% of my ex-husband's stock and yearly bonus to be paid to me. The bonus and stocks are considered income. For 3 years, no issus, he always complied. This year however he got remarried he did not. The order clearly states he has 10 days from receiving the bonus and stocks, I am to paid my portion. It's been 5 weeks. He did file a motion for clarification, claiming that he knows it was in our temporary decree but he can't see the garbage in our permanent divorce decree. Clearly he is lying, he paid the last 3 years, I even pointed it out to him, and he said I will wait for the judge to review it. Is it OK to file a motion of contempt while he is waiting to hear back from the clarification order? We have been waiting almost 2 weeks for the clarification to be read. Completely frustrating, not a small amount of money, and could really help with my children.