Contempt is willful disobedience of a court order when the obligated spouse or parent has the present ability or the capacity to comply with said order. Parents who were involved in a divorce proceeding and / or paternity suit should make sure to clearly understand that child support and alimony provisions in Court orders and final judgments must be followed except in very extreme circumstances. Unfortunately, people do not always comply with the terms of court orders.
The legal team at Segarra & Associates, P.A. has assisted many clients with filing motions for contempt and enforcing court orders relating to child support payments, alimony and timesharing schedules. We also have substantial experience defending people who are unable to comply with court orders after divorce or paternity actions, including cases that involve the Department of Revenue.
Contact us for a consultation regarding your Motion for Contempt and Enforcement. We are committed to giving your case our full attention and are available now to speak with you. Call us today. (305) 742-5042.