Enforcement of Court Orders
Has your ex-spouse refused to comply with a court order?
If you and your ex-spouse have recently completed the
divorce process, you know how long this can take and the relief you feel once
the lengthy, daunting process is over. Even though you have been through
the legal documents and agreements dozens of times by yourself and with
your attorneys, it is still possible that your former spouse will refuse
to comply with the court orders. While both parties involved in the divorce
proceeding may intend to follow a settlement agreement, a sudden change
of heart or a disturbance may result in one spouse's failure to abide
by the orders set by the settlement agreement.
These legally binding court orders can be issued for:
While your ex-spouse may have signed the court order, he or she may not
necessarily follow these orders down to a tee. If you are dealing with
your ex spouse's failure to comply with the order set by the court,
you need to involve a legal professional right away. At Eiges & Orgel,
PLLC, our team of highly talented attorneys has decades of experience in
family law that they can use to your advantage when enforcing a settlement agreement
in New York. When an ex-spouse fails to comply with these orders, drastic
measures may be taken in order to enforce the settlement agreement, including
criminal and civil consequences.
How the Team at Eiges & Orgel, PLLC Can Help
Only will an experienced and talented lawyer be able to help you understand
more about your options to have your court order enforced. Here at Eiges
& Orgel, PLLC, we understand that you will want nothing more than
to get your life back on track and to close this chapter behind you. Unfortunately,
your ex-spouse's behavior is preventing you from doing so. A New York
divorce lawyer from our law firm not only handles all types of divorce
and family law cases throughout the community, but we also provide post-divorce
services. By holding your ex in
contempt of court, we will be one step closer to enforcing your court order.
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Making sure that your court orders are properly enforced is pivotal in
a successful divorce case and for the success of your family after divorce.
Without support payments, you may find it to be extremely difficult to
keep up with the same quality of life that you once had during marriage.
Similarly, if your ex-spouse has refused to pay the child support that
you need, or they are denying you access to visit your children, you have
an obligation to make this situation right! No matter what divorce order
has been violated, we will find it to be our responsibility to use our
over 40 years of experience to your advantage.
Contact a New York family law attorney today to find out how we can help enforce your court orders.