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Old 09-12-2017, 11:37 AM
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Tayken, as always, thank you. Yes, I was looking at rule 31. The second paragraph of Law of Contempt - Pantalone Family Law : Pantalone Family Law states
"This difficult area of law most often arises in high conflict cases, frequently involving denial of access allegations. In fact and as the following case points out, the Family Law Rules specifically provide that contempt motions do not apply to payment orders (equalization of property, support arrears and costs)."

So I think I am onside. Regardless, I have an hour booked with my lawyer, at which point I will attempt to confirm further.

Further comments would be most appreciated.
On second thought I am not so sure, since the order dealt with the disposition of marital assets, regardless, the order was not a payment order.

Maybe just motion ?
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