Family Law Enforcements in
A final order signed by the Court may seem like a done deal—and, legally, it is. However, what happens if the other party refuses to keep their end of the deal? For instance, what if the other party fails to pay child or spousal support or denies your possession and access?
Fortunately, the Law Office of Brad Medland defends your rights when the other party fails to honor a settlement. We can take the burden out of pursuing contempt proceedings by filing a motion for contempt, gathering evidence, and arguing your case in court. Our experienced legal professionals can effectively represent your interests in court and help you achieve a favorable outcome.
How Our Law Firm Can Help You with Your Enforcement Case
Our law firm provides comprehensive legal services to help you with your family law court enforcement case. We can explain your legal rights and options and help you understand the process of enforcing a family court order. Our attorneys can work with you to develop a personalized legal strategy that is tailored to your unique needs and goals.
Our legal team can assist you in gathering evidence to support your case, including financial records and other relevant documentation. We can negotiate with the other party or their attorney to reach a resolution outside of court, if possible. Our attorneys have extensive courtroom experience and can effectively represent you in court to argue your case and seek a favorable outcome.
What is a Family Law Enforcement Action?
When the other party fails to keep their end of the settlement, we seek the court’s intervention to ensure the court order is enforced. We take aggressive legal action that may include wage garnishment, or even incarceration.
As your attorneys, we take legal action to enforce court orders related to family law cases, such as:
It is important to take family law enforcement actions seriously and seek the guidance and representation of an experienced family law attorney. Our law firm can help you navigate the complex legal process and ensure your rights are protected. With the help of an attorney, you can take the necessary steps to enforce a family court order and seek a resolution that is in the best interests of you and your family.