ENFORCEMENT OF ORDERS

Judgments and court orders regarding property division, child support, and child custody arrangement are meant to be taken seriously. If one party does not follow an order to the letter, it can result in significant hardship for the other party. As a child custody lawyer and divorce attorney in East Texas, Rachael Griffith takes such violations seriously and will take actions to assist you in even the most complex of situations. As an accomplished litigator, Rachael will act as an experienced advocate on your side in the courtroom.

COURT ORDERS ARE TYPICALLY BROKEN WHEN ONE PARTY:

  • Fails to pay child or spousal support,
  • Relocates without permission,
  • Violates the injunctions from the child custody order, or
  • Violates visitation agreements.

At Griffith Law, we have helped many individuals throughout East Texas enforce their court orders after a divorce. We have experience taking the various forms of action to help our clients enforce their orders. Whether it requires holding the other party in contempt of court or seeking a warrant for their arrest, such actions can ensure you receive the money owed and force the other parent to abide by the guidelines established by a court order. For more information on Griffith Law’s Smith County enforcement services, contact us today to schedule your initial consultation.

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