ENFORCEMENT OF COURT ORDERS
ORLANDO DIVORCE ATTORNEY FIGHTS FOR YOUR INTERESTS
Many family law issues involve court orders for child custody, child support, alimony, and protection against domestic violence. Individuals who receive these orders are required by law to comply unless a modification is made. If you receive child or spousal support, or if you are protected by a restraining order, it is important that the other party continues to comply. If you stop receiving support or if a restraining order is ignored, you may need to approach the court and request enforcement.
WHEN CAN AN ORDER BE ENFORCED?
Willful failure to comply with support orders will result in a contempt hearing. In other cases, the supporting party may fall behind on their payments due to lack of employment, job loss, or insufficient income. In cases such as this, the court can require the supporting party to seek employment, including undergoing training or work experience programs in an effort to obtain adequate income. Individuals who intentionally fail to comply with enforcement can be held in contempt of court. The only other option available to resolve an inability to pay support is to obtain a modification that reduces or eliminates the support payments.
LEARN MORE FROM AN ORLANDO DIVORCE LAWYER
Speak with an Orlando family law attorney from Fisher Legal Group today to learn more about how you can have your support or protective order enforced. You were granted the right to receive support or to be protected from domestic violence, and our legal team will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are honored. Our attorneys work together on cases in order to get the results that you need. Contact us today for a free case evaluation to speak directly with a lawyer about your court orders and how we can help you seek enforcement.
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