Post-Judgment Enforcement & Contempt
Post-Judgment Enforcement & Contempt Services
Once an order has been entered, whether a divorce decree or child custody order, both parties are required to comply with an order. When a party is not doing what he or she is ordered to do, you have a right to seek enforcement of the order. Attorney's fees and costs are often recoverable in these types of actions.
These types of actions are used for the following:
1. Custodial Interference - Your ex is not following the court-ordered parenting plan.
2. Nonpayment of alimony or support
3. Your ex did not obtain refinancing of the marital residence as ordered
4. Your ex did not transfer the title to the vehicle as ordered