Protecting Your Rights From Final Decree Violations
Have the terms of your divorce been violated? Is the other party not abiding by the terms of the court's Final Decree in your divorce case? You have rights and Tiffany A. Cleveland, Attorney at Law will fight for your rights and get you what you are entitled by law to receive. We have over 16 years of family law experience ready to represent you and your best interests in your post-divorce case.
How Do Contempt Filings Work?
If a party is in violation of one or more terms of the court’s Final Decree, a contempt action may be brought against the offending party. In order for the court to make a finding of contempt, it must be shown that the offending party “wilfully” violated the court’s decree.