Contempt

There is nothing more frustrating than dealing with a co-parent that is not paying child support or not following visitation guidelines. Contempt actions have been designed by Courts as a way for parents to address these non-compliance issues with the Court for immediate intervention.

Parties can also seek contempt actions for failure to comply with terms laid out in their agreement previously made an Order of the Court.

 

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