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Enforcement of Orders

Enforcement of Prior Orders

Parties may not violate the provisions of a court order and ignoring a court order can have serious consequences for both parties involved. Before an order can be enforced, a petition for enforcement must be filed, and a hearing held to determine whether the order has been violated or not. If a court determines that an order has been violated, the judge can order the party violating the order to comply with the terms. Failure to follow a court order can result in a court ordering the violating party to pay attorney's fees, ordering the violating party to pay fines, and even going to jail or placing the violating party on probation Due to the possibly severe consequences of enforcement suits, you need an experienced attorney who can effectively advocate for your rights.

At Stinson Moyle, PLLC, we have experience prosecuting and defending enforcement actions, including:

Whether you are seeking to enforce a court order or you are the party that allegedly violated a court order, the attorneys at Stinson Moyle, PLLC have extensive experience in handling family law enforcement issues.



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