Violating Court Orders and Family Law — What You Need to Know

In family law cases, violating court orders is common and it is important to understand that there are different types of violations of family law court orders with different consequences. From child custody to child support orders and discovery demands and financial issues, different types of violations are dealt in a different manner. Thus, the way in which the court will address the violation is dependent upon the type of violation. So, the first question to answer is “What type of violation of court order is it?”

Indirect Civil Contempt Violations

Discovery Violations in Divorce and Family Law Cases

Other Violations of Court Orders in Family Law Cases

Financial Consequences of Indirect Civil Contempt and other Non-compliance

Attorney’s Fees Associated with Violating a Court Order

Get Ready to Pay Attorney’s Fees: Understanding “Shall” and “Promptly”

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