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How do I enforce a court order for child support?

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Typically, a motion for contempt is used when a parent stops paying child support. If the motion is granted, the court will require the support to be paid. Additionally, the judge can impose penalties until the child support is paid.

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Do I need an attorney to enforce a court order?

By Florida Law Advisers, P.A. |

You are not required to hire an lawyer, but it is recommended to obtain a lawyer to assist. The judge can even require the other party to pay your attorney’s fees, as a sanction for their failure to comply with the court order.

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How do I enforce an Alimony Order?

By Florida Law Advisers, P.A. |

If the alimony is not being paid as required, you may have grounds to file a motion for contempt. If the motion for contempt is granted, they will be required to pay the alimony. Additionally, the judge can require the other party to pay your attorney’s fees, as a sanction for their failure to… Read More »

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