Contempt & Enforcement of Custody, Child Support & Alimony Orders in Florida
Ian C. Hurley helps people trying to enforce court orders related to divorce and custody and those defending against contempt and enforcement actions.
Florida Procedure for Filing a Motion for Civil Contempt/Enforcement
To enforce a prior court order or final judgment for child custody, child support or alimony, Ian C. Hurley may file a Motion for Civil Contempt/Enforcement that details what actions have failed to occur.
We can help you through the process of serving notice on the other party, proving the other party has not obeyed a court order or final judgment and showing that the other party does not have a good reason for having not paid.
When the other party fails to show a reason they have not paid, the judge can assess ways to compel them to pay including:
Enforcement Tools for Recovering Child Support Payments
Florida’s Child Support Enforcement Program utilizes several tools to make sure the parent pays support. Ian C. Hurley can help facilitate this process to ensure it is handled correctly.
Enforcement Tools include: