ENFORCEMENT OF COURT ORDERS

When agreements and orders are entered by the Court, one party may fail to meet his or her court-ordered obligations. There are several ways to seek enforcement, including direct negotiations/contact with the noncompliant party, and/or petitioning a judge to order the defaulting party to comply. One of the most serious issues of non-compliance can be failure to pay court-ordered child support, which can result in serious consequences including incarceration of the noncompliant party. Ms. Joffe represents clients who find themselves on either side of enforcement issues, and she will aggressively represent your position with regard to court-ordered obligations.

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