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Enforcement of Orders Attorney in Charlotte

Charlotte Enforcement Lawyers Serving Charlotte, Waxhaw, Huntersville, NC & Beyond

Family law matters can be some of the most emotionally trying times of your life. Whether you had a child out of wedlock or have recently divorced your spouse, navigating complicated legal processes can be stressful. Our lawyers can help you with an enforce a judgement or order through a court action. We can also represent you if you are faced with an enforcement action.

Are you looking for someone who can stand up and fight for you? Blood Law, PLLC’s lawyers will fight alongside you and defend you with compassion.

What Can Enforcement of Orders Do?

Enforcement of orders can help you ensure order pertaining to the following family law matters are upheld:

How to Enforce a Court Order

Unfortunately, sometimes one party fails to fulfill their court-order obligation. You can start the process of enforcing a court order by filling a Motion for Contempt or a Motion for Order to Show Cause to request that a judge hold the other party in contempt for violating the established court order. The consequences for not complying with a court order include anything from a verbal reprimand to jail time. If you need help enforcing a court order, it is always in your best interest to consult with an enforcement lawyer beforehand.

What Can You Do If Your Spouse Refuses to Pay Child Support?

Is your former spouse delaying child support or refusing to pay altogether? This is unacceptable and against the law. You must act to protect your child and their future. We are here to provide you with legal counsel and the necessary court filings.

The Consequences of Violating a Court Order

Failure to comply with a court order impacts both parties involved. It could cause financial and emotional hardship on your family, which is why it is so important to seek help if one party fails to obey a court order. Once the judge has determined that one party is in contempt of court, the court may order one of the following consequences:

  • Make modifications to an existing child support order
  • Enforce compensatory visitation
  • Charge a fine(s)
  • Withhold wages
  • Enforce a property transfer
  • Jail time

Contact an Experienced Enforcement Attorney

At Blood Law, PLLC, we know that it can be frustrating to have to deal with the process of enforcing a court order. With us by your side, you can rest assured that you have a team behind you dedicated to your success. You can trust Blood Law, PLLC to take legal action in a quick and efficient way, minimizing the stress and the cost of litigation.

To learn more about our enforcement of order services in Charlotte, fill out a form online today or give us a call at (704) 286-0570.

Why Choose Our Team?

Our Promise to Our Clients
  • Convenient Locations

    With offices in Charlotte, Waxhaw & Huntersville, we make it easier for families across North Carolina to find quality counsel.

  • Children Come First

    With the complexities of family law, we put the well-being and safety of your children at the forefront of your case.

  • Team-Driven Environment

    When you work with Blood Law, PLLC, you work with our entire team. Everyone is here to support you through each step.

  • Honest Guidance

    We create personalized plans for each client while setting realistic expectations on the possible outcomes of the case.

  • Concierge Service

    From our first phone call to final signing, our team goes above and beyond to make sure you're getting the attention you deserve.

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    - Penny N.
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