Working To Ensure Compliance With Your Divorce Decree
The orders that are established when a divorce is finalized are binding on both spouses, and the court expects strict compliance. Failure on the part of either spouse to comply with the orders can result in various complications and hardships on the other spouse and the children. If your spouse is not in compliance with the orders, you can petition the court to help you enforce them.
Some Alabama divorce orders can be vague and difficult to understand. Speak with an experienced attorney about your concerns and learn more about whether you may have grounds for a contempt claim. At The Rose Law Firm, LLC, we represent clients across the state in a wide variety of complex divorce contempt claims.
Seeking The Best Possible Result On Behalf Of Every Client
When you hire our firm, we take the time to fully understand your concerns. Whether you feel that your spouse is violating some aspect of the divorce orders or you are being accused of a violation, we will advise you on the legal issues pertinent to your case. We will fully explain your legal options and the steps we can take to help you.
We are prepared to represent you in contempt proceedings involving any aspect of your divorce orders, including:
- Child support orders
- Child custody and visitation
- Property division, including the sale of an asset or payment of a debt
- Violations of a protection from abuse (PFA) order
Speak With A Lawyer About Enforcement Of Support Or Other Divorce Orders
Contact us to schedule a free, in-person consultation with an attorney at our Birmingham office. You can reach us by phone in the Birmingham area at 205-208-7560, toll free from anywhere in the state at 800-229-9859 or via email. A representative of The Rose Law Firm is available at any time, day or night, to help you arrange an appointment.