Enforcement of Divorce Court Orders

By March 28, 2020Divorce
Enforcement of Divorce Court Orders - Alliance Law Group

Nobody expects that their marriage will result in a divorce. Our Tacoma Divorce Attorney can help protect your interests. Research shows that divorce is one of the most traumatic and life-altering events in a person’s life. It becomes even more stressful and painful if the separating partners have children. If you find yourself in a situation that is likely to result in divorce, or any other severe family law issue, our Alliance Law Group attorneys are ready to help you.

The divorce process is full of tough decisions. When you and your former spouse don’t see each other face-to-face, your disagreements might seem unbearable to overcome. At Alliance Law Group, we want you to know that it is possible and necessary to assert yourself during a divorce disagreement. It might not be a simple concern, but you don’t have to walk through it alone.

Our divorce lawyers are there to share the legal, financial, and emotional challenges you face in the process of divorce. Among several other things, that means being there for you when your former spouse refrains from complying with a court order or divorce decree. We know the effects of these violations on your life – whether it is legal problems from a refusal to leave marital property aside, stress that results from deviating from child custody plans, or financial hardships inflicted by a chain of missed spousal support payments. We can assist you in enforcing your divorce orders to ensure that it does not happen again.

The Process of Enforcement

When your former spouse fails to adhere to a court order, our attorneys will assist you in filing a charge for disdain or a charge to enforce the ruling. The process involves getting a copy of the initial judgment, authenticating the violations, and declaring the resolutions you would like to request. A divorce court session will be arranged after filing your charges properly. Both parties, and their lawyers, have to appear in court during the hearing to make their case and present evidence.

If the court finds your ex-spouse guilty of the charges, he or she can be given a warning by the court, be ordered to pay the attorney and court fees, adjust the parenting plan, or outline arrangements for further violations. Some situations can even result in your ex-spouse getting a lien against your marital property, or even getting jailed. All these depend on the facts presented for your case.

Get the Outcome You Deserve

Placing charges for contempt can assist you in protecting your property, money, children, and dignity. The law is a powerful tool in protecting against divorce order violations, and our divorce lawyers are ready to use it on your behalf. We can also help you in finding alternatives if you want to try other options before filing a court hearing. Our professional and skilled attorneys are here to safeguard your legal rights while addressing your concerns at every step.

Contact us to evaluate your needs and begin the process of enforcing your court order to ensure that your legal rights during your divorce are safeguarded.

 

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