Okaloosa County Enforcement Attorneys
Let Chesser & Barr, P.A. Protect Your Best Interests
Ending a marriage is never easy, no matter how long you were marred for,
whether you share kids, or the reason for the divorce. In the case of
a contested divorce, it is even more difficult to come to terms on the
various subjects you need to agree on. Whether you were able to handle
your divorce out of court or needed litigation, both parties are expected
to adhere to the final agreement.
If you are currently dealing with a situation where your spouse is not
sticking to the terms of your divorce agreement and you need legal assistance
with enforcements actions, our Okaloosa County lawyers at Chesser & Barr, P.A.
can help. Our knowledgeable legal team is here to discuss your individual
situation and how we can help.
Handling Court Order Violations
When one parent fails to give the other the visitation time which they
are entitled to it is taken very seriously. Keeping a parent in the dark
about an important decision in regards to their child could be grounds
for further action.
Violations of court orders can be addressed in a number of different ways,
depending on the circumstances. When one parent is not paying the right
amount of child support or paying on time, legal action may be taken immediately.
Even worse, if the parent tries to move away without legal permission
it could lead to serious consequences
- There are a number of ways that the court handles these types of matters,
- Suspending a passport or driver's license
- Placing a lien on assets or property
- Taking money directly from the paychecks
Reach out to our firm today at 850.610.7471 to
schedule an appointment for a consultation with one of our exceptional Okaloosa County enforcement lawyers.