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Experienced Help For Family Law Enforcement

Getting through divorce is nerve-wracking enough. If your former spouse or your child’s other parent is not following court orders, the frustration may seem endless. You need experienced help if you are facing this challenging situation.

At The Davies Law Firm, LLC, our legal team is committed to helping clients recover the child support payments, visitation rights or other rights they are entitled to under their divorce decree. Our Cocoa and Orlando family law offices represent clients seeking enforcement of prior orders as well as clients defending such actions. You can call us now at 855-688-4713 to schedule your free consultation.

Once your divorce is final, your former spouse may ignore the court’s orders or fail to follow the terms of the agreement by:

  • Failing to pay child support
  • Failing to turn over property following a marital property division
  • Violating a restraining order
  • Failing to pay spousal support as determined by the divorce agreement or judge
  • Refusing to follow child custody terms
  • Refusing to follow the visitation schedule

Helping You With Enforcement

It is important to show that the failure to follow the terms of the family law agreement is habitual. We counsel clients on how to document every instance, with precise dates and times, preferably with witnesses.

A motion for contempt of court can be filed on your behalf to force compliance with the requirements of a court order. The court can enforce its orders by levying fines, by assessing attorneys’ fees to be paid by the offending party and by jail time in the case of serious disregard of court orders.

Failure to pay, as required by the court, can also lead to seizure of bank accounts, automobiles or other property and the suspension of driver’s licenses. We can review your situation and recommend the most effective and cost-efficient steps to take.

If the court agrees that you did not receive the amount of visitation time with your child that is stipulated in your divorce decree, it can award you extra time or modify the order permanently.

Talk To A Family Law Enforcement Attorney Now

Don’t continue to ignore or argue about court orders that are not being followed. We can take action and get results. Call us at 855-688-4713 or use our contact form to schedule a free consultation. We will review your situation and recommend the best steps to take.