Contempt of Family Law Court Orders
in St. Johns County
Need to enforce court orders in St. Augustine?
Contempt or enforcement actions may become necessary after a final order
has been issued in a
family law case. Contempt and enforcement issues often arise when one person who
is ordered to do or not do something fails to comply with those terms.
The majority of these cases tend to be for non-payment of support, but
we also have extensive experience in property, custody, and visitation cases.
We can help you initiate an income deduction order to seek a wage garnishment
so that you can collect the money that is owed to you. In contempt cases,
you may also be able to recover attorney's fees. Contact a knowledgeable
legal professional who can help assess your situation and explain what
your options are if you face a contempt accusation or if you need to pursue
More Than 70 years of Combined Experience at Work for You
In some instances, informal demands for compliance from a
St. Augustine attorney can resolve the issue. In situations in which this approach would be ineffective
or is attempted but does not succeed, court action will be required. Throughout
this process, representation from a skilled and knowledgeable Florida
family law attorney is strongly recommended. At the Albaugh Law Firm in
St. Augustine, we have extensive experience representing clients who are
facing as well as pursuing contempt or enforcement actions. No matter
which side you are on, we will work hard to achieve the best outcome and
the justice you deserve as quickly as possible.
Call for your free case evaluation!
In family law and divorce cases the stakes are very high, so why not take
action to protect the things that matter most to you? The well-being of
your family is a precious and important aspect of your life. At the Albaugh
Law Firm, we want to stand beside you during this time to ensure that
the other party respects your rights. We have more than 70 years of combined
experience in the legal industry and we are prepared to put that proven
ability to work for your benefit.
Contact the Albaugh Law Firm today for your
free initial consultation.