Orlando Contempt and Enforcement Lawyer
Avoid Contempt and Its Consequences. Contact our Attorney Today.
divorce, there are a number of agreements that become part of the divorce decree.
If any portion of the agreement is not followed, the spouse or parent
in violation could be charged with civil contempt. Contempt can result
in fines and jail time.
Areas of divorce and family law matters that are enforceable by contempt include:
- Support orders (child support or alimony)
Child custody orders or timesharing plans
- Attorney fees and court cost orders
- Division of property court orders
- Injunctions for protection or restraining orders
- Failure to disclose income, assets or liabilities
The two most common orders that result in enforcement actions and could
result in contempt if violated are support orders and timesharing orders.
Failure to pay
child support or violations of timesharing plans can result in contempt - including
jail. If you are facing charges of contempt, our Orlando attorney is ready
to help you.
Put 25+ Years of Experience on Your Side
We have more than 25 years of experience and can help you with a number
of enforcement or contempt issues.
Our team can help defend you in contempt cases by:
- Filing an emergency motion to force compliance with child support payments
- Obtaining a modification of a child support determination for cases
- Filing an emergency motion to force compliance with the timesharing plan
If the court determines that you are violating the terms of your divorce
decree, the judge can order you to make up time that you missed or award
more parenting time to the other party.
Fight Back Against Parental Alienation
Books have been written about parental alienation and cases are working
their way into the Florida
family law legal system. Parental alienation can be subtle. If one parent hates the
ex-spouse and conveys these feelings to the children, even through unspoken
means, parental alienation could result. The judge could award the hated
ex-spouse additional time with the children if the parent is found to
be alienating the other parent.
Our Orlando lawyer is available 24/7 to assist you.
Call our firm
at (407) 603-3460 to start.