Delaware Contempt & Enforcement Attorneys
When working through your divorce with an Ohio family law attorney, chances are your divorce agreement made allowances for child support, spousal support or both. In the event your ex-spouse fails to make these payments as ordered by the court, it is possible to file to have them held in contempt of court in order to enforce the standing order.
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