Motion for Contempt Family Law

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Motion for Contempt Family Law

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Filing a Motion for Contempt might cause the other party to file a motion to change the court order. After a divorce decree was entered, one party failed to follow the court order, a contempt was filed and an alias summons was also issued. In family law, a finding of contempt is a way for the Court to enforce child support, spousal support, custody and visitation orders that a party has violated.

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