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Enforcing Family Court Orders With Contempt Actions

Court-issued orders during or after divorce, such as a child support order or visitation schedule, are legally binding. Failing to abide by the conditions listed in the order can lead to you being held in contempt and will subject you to court penalties.


In this excellent article, Shawn Garrison provides a broad overview of contempt including what constitutes contempt, the consequences of contempt and how to file for contempt.

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