Obtaining a favorable settlement or result feels meaningless when the opposing side defaults on court-ordered obligations. However, it doesn’t have to feel that way. The legal system depends on orders being followed by the parties that they govern. If your former spouse is not following orders, you have the ability to have a court enforce the orders.
In regards to both financial matters and child-related issues, Bohm Wildish & Matsen has the knowledge and skills necessary to enforce these obligations that include child and spousal support as well as child custody and visitation provisions.
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If one spouse is recalcitrant and will not obey the court’s orders, it is possible to cite them with contempt, which is a quasi-criminal action for failure to obey the court’s orders.
If a litigant is found to be in contempt of a court order they face fines including monetary sanctions as well as possible jail time.
Don’t wait to enforce orders. Get what is rightfully yours today! Contact Bohm Wildish & Matsen today to schedule a personal consultation to discuss your options