Enforcement Of Court Orders – Bartow County Lawyer
A divorce decree is a legally binding document. If either spouse willfully fails to abide by these court orders, he or she could face serious consequences, including time in jail. Whether you are accused of violating the terms of the decree or you feel that your former spouse is acting negligently, a Cartersville attorney can help you understand your rights.
A Determined Marietta Lawyer Defending Contempt Charges
Our founding attorney Christina Stahl has more than 20 years of experience helping individuals who have been charged with contempt or are trying to get their former spouse or partner to abide by a family law court order. Contrary to popular belief, you need a lawyer to help you regardless of which side you find yourself on.
Contempt charges can include:
- Failure to pay child support
- Failure to pay alimony
- Failure to make a payment on debt
- Failure to return property
- Failure to pay for uncovered medical expenses for a child
- Harming the other spouse’s credit
- Denying visitation
- Harming your child’s welfare
Contempt charges can aggravate the emotions of either party, and it is common for each individual to feel driven by these feelings. However, in order to work through the issues at hand, we are committed to helping our clients understand the legal process and prepare for a stronger, brighter future.