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The parties of a court judgment usually adhere to the terms, but sometimes one side will fail to live up to their expectations.
From unpaid child support/alimony to non-compliance with parenting responsibilities or carrying out the terms of a divorce, it can be necessary to return to court to enforce the terms of a judgment.
Non-residential parents must adhere to child support schedules ordered by the court – and when those obligations go unpaid, the recovery process begins. We’ll be your strongest ally as you work with the state to obtain the money to which your child is entitled.
If you’re a recipient of alimony and your former spouse hasn’t paid, it’s time to go back to family court. From gathering proof of non-payment to presenting your case in court, Prescott Legal provides every tool you’ll need to recover what the payor owes.
Contempt of court can arise for reasons including non-payment of child support or alimony, failure to adhere to a parenting plan, or any other action that runs counter to the court’s ruling. From fines and punishment to restitution, Prescott Legal will see you through the process of utilizing the court’s power to the fullest.
Parenting plans are legal decision that govern parents’ rights and responsibilities for raising a child – but parenting plans often go unheeded. When a substantial conflict arises, one party must approach the court to establish and rectify non-compliance. We will stand by you through the enforcement of an existing parenting plan or through the steps its adjustment requires.
Divorce decrees often come with a list of actions that included payment of debts, transfer of assets, or the sale of property. When one party does not comply with a judge’s mandates, they must be enforced – and we’ll make sure you receive everything to which the court has ruled you’re entitled.
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