Dallas Enforcement of Court Orders Attorneys
Helping Clients Enforce Family Court Orders
At Capetillo Law PLLC, our Dallas enforcement of court orders lawyers help clients who are having trouble getting their ex-spouses to comply with family court orders. You will work directly with your attorney until your case is resolved.
Call (214) 506-0091 for an appointment to discuss your situation with one of our attorneys.
How Can I Enforce a Court Order?
Family court orders can be enforced by contempt proceedings. When one spouse is found to be in contempt of an order, he or she may be sentenced to time in jail and/or a fine. The specific order varies, depending on the situation. For example, an order for visitation may include instructions about the visitation time, place where the children are to be exchanged, and other pertinent details.
Family courts in Texas may enforce orders related to:
In some situations, the original order is not sufficiently clear. The judge may choose to clarify the original court order and allow the person who has not been complying a chance to obey. In addition, the judge may choose to suspend the jail sentence, but impose certain conditions. For example, if a person is behind on child support payments, the court may suspend the jail sentence, but require that payments be made.
Reliable Legal Advice for Your Situation
Our enforcement of court orders attorneys in Dallas have extensive knowledge of family law in Texas. During your initial consultation, they will evaluate your case, read the original court order, and recommend the best course of action for your circumstances. We provide personalized legal representation that is tailored to your unique situation.