Enforcing a Court Order in Thousand Oaks
Thousand Oaks Family Law Attorney for Enforcements
As a Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Attorney Ross is an expert in family law matters, and has more than 30 years of experience in divorce and other family law matters. The firm serves the areas of Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village.
Read the testimonials of clients he has represented in the past and take the time to meet with us if you need assistance enforcing a court order. Having the strength of a family law expert on your side can give you the peace of mind that is so crucial when facing stressful family law issues.
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Failure to Comply
When a party to a family law case, such as one of the following actions fails to comply with the court's directive within a court order, the aggrieved party can seek enforcement of that court order:
Enforcing a court order can take some time to get in place. When a spouse or ex-spouse fails to provide access to your children for visitation in violation of a custody order or agreement, enforcement of the court's order will need to be pursued through contempt proceedings. Changes in circumstance is also not a valid reason for not paying agreed upon support payments without modifying your agreement and you may take action against your ex if they fail to comply with any part of your divorce agreement.
Family Law Attorney in Westlake Village: Protecting Your Rights
At Richard Ross Associates, we are fully knowledgeable and experienced in the filing of motions to enforce family law court orders in the communities of Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village. We are also able to defend against motions for contempt, if you are the party being accused of failing to be in compliance with the court's order.
If you are having difficulties in remaining in compliance with the court's directives, or have to move the court to compel another party to comply, please call our firm and schedule a consultation where we can discuss your case and advise you about your case.
Contact us today for assistance enforcing a court order.