When the judge issues a court order concerning a divorce such as alimony, child custody and child custody, the parties are obligated to follow it. Unfortunately, that is not always that case. When an ex-spouse fails to pay support, ignores orders for property division or withholds custody, the other party may seek enforcement of a court order with the help of an experienced family law attorney.
At Gill Law Group, PC, our Orange County divorce attorney can help you take necessary action to ensure the other party follows court orders. We can review your situation and determine the most appropriate course of action. Let us help you resolve the issue once and for all.
Whether your ex-spouse’s behavior is intentional or not, failure to adhere to a court order is always unacceptable. Keep in mind, taking matters into your own hands by reciprocating the wrongful acts is never a good idea.
Our Orange County family law attorney can start by writing a letter to the other party, urging them to follow the court order or face legal action if the problem isn’t resolved. In many cases, this tactic effectively gets the other party back on the right track.
However, if the other party continues to ignore a court order, the following are a couple of ways we can take action:
Do not wait until your ex-spouse changes his/her tune about following court orders. If you need a court order enforced, our Orange County family lawyer is ready to help you resolve the situation.
If you are interested in court order enforcement in Orange County, contact us and schedule a free consultation to discuss your case immediately.