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Enforcement of Existing Family Court Orders

Many times a party may have difficulty holding up their end of a bargain or complying with court orders made by a Judge. There is a remedy (enforcement), but it requires you to go back to Court. If the other side is not doing what he or she is supposed to, such as defying custody orders (parenting time enforcement), not paying spousal maintenance (modification and enforcement) (alimony) or not paying child support (child support enforcement), you can file a Petition for Contempt and bring the non-complying party before the Judge.

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