Violation of Court Orders
CONTEMPT AND VIOLATION OF COURT ORDERS
Spousal Support, Alimony, Custody and Child Support Violations
Do's and Don'ts When Getting a Divorce
Whether through contested or uncontested divorce violation of family court orders is a serious matter that should be dealt with sternly and promptly. Failure to adhere to the rules and regulations outlined in any divorce-related agreement will result in the enforcement of court orders.
Sneider Law stands up for your rights and works swiftly to enforce court orders that are being violated. When the other party willfully refuses to comply with a court order, we can help you pursue a contempt of court action to hold him or her accountable.
When the paying parent refuses to pay child support in a timely manner, it can affect your ability to provide for your child. When an ex-spouse fails to pay the court-ordered spousal support or alimony, you may face financial constraints that force you out of your home. When the primary custodial parent purposefully denies your parenting time, it not only violates your rights, it harms your relationship with your child.
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