Somerset County Enforcement Lawyers
Enforce Custody & Support Orders in Somerset County
If your ex-spouse is not complying with the terms of your divorce decree in NJ, DeTommaso Law Group, LLC can help. We have over 125 years of combined experience providing effective legal services for the enforcement of court orders in Somerset County.
What is a Motion to Enforce Litigant's Rights?
If you find that your ex-spouse is ignoring the terms of your divorce agreement, you may be able to file a motion to enforce litigant's rights with the NJ family court. The purpose of this motion is to have the judge issue an official order requiring the other party to comply, or risk serious consequences such as fines and jailtime.
Our qualified Somerset County enforcement attorneys can help you file a motion to enforce litigant’s rights for a variety of issues, including:
- Failure to pay child support
- Violation of a child custody or visitation schedule
- Failure to pay alimony/spousal support
How to Enforce a Court Order in NJ
In order to enforce a family court order, you will need to approach the court with evidence to prove that the other party has not been compliant or followed the terms of the court order. If you are looking to enforce child support or spousal support, then you will need proof that the other party has continuously skipped payments. If you are looking to enforce child custody or visitation, then you will need evidence of the other parent barring you from exercising your right to spend time with your child.
At DeTommaso Law Group, LLC, our Somerset County enforcement lawyers can help you gather all that you need before asking the court to enforce an order. Give us a call at (908) 274-3028 to set up a consultation with our team!
Consequences for Court Order Violation
Court orders are legally binding documents that consist of terms that both parties are obliged to keep. In the event that one party violates the agreement, the other party may file a motion to enforce litigant's rights. A hearing will be held to determine if the party has failed to comply with the court order.
If the individual is found to be guilty, he or she may have to:
- Go to jail
- Pay fines
- Begin abiding by the terms of the decree
- Have wages garnished from their paycheck
Whether you are the accuser or the accused, you will need to take the proper steps to build a strong case. Our skilled Somerset County enforcement attorneys are equipped with the necessary knowledge and tools to help ensure the protection of your rights during this time.
Contact DeTommaso Law Group, LLC Today
You went through a substantial amount of struggle and turmoil during your actual divorce proceedings. Now that you are divorced, you do not deserve to be facing an issue about your court order now. Let DeTommaso Law Group, LLC handle all the worry and stress for you.