All agreements approved and ordered by the court must be complied with in full by both parties in a divorce. If either party does not follow the court order, he or she is considered to be in contempt of court. These are intentional violations of a court order and are punishable by fines, attorney’s fees and even jail time. If you require assistance with a former spouse who is violating your divorce, child support or child custody order, we can help you hold him or her in contempt of court. These are serious situations that require prompt action.
In some cases, a change in circumstances may warrant a modification to divorce, spousal support, child support or child custody orders. No change should be made without the approval of the court. Should you wish to seek a modification of any such order, our experienced team of attorneys can help you do what’s best for you and your family.
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