Someone’s violated an order from the family court. Now what?
Connecticut’s family courts protect people like you. But not everyone takes a court order seriously. If an ex-partner or family member has violated an order, a judge can mandate enforcement action with strict penalties. However, convincing a judge that someone has violated an order can be tough. This is where a reputable and experienced family law attorney comes in.
Dealing With a Court Order Violation in Connecticut
People in Connecticut violate all kinds of orders and agreements issued in the family court. These include the following:
- Alimony arrangements
- Child custody arrangements
- Child support orders
- Divorce judgments
- Prenuptial agreements
- Separation agreements
Here are some examples of when it’s time to contact a family law attorney:
- Your ex-spouse refuses to pay you alimony.
- An ex-partner keeps missing child support payments.
- An ex-partner isn’t complying with a separation agreement.
We specialize in violations of all of these orders and more. As an experienced and reputable family court attorney firm, we will present a compelling case to a judge so you get swift justice.
Why You Should Choose Us
We understand all cases are different. This is why we take into account your circumstances and decide on the best course of action to take.
Connecticut family courts don’t look fondly on people who violate an order, and enforcement action can be extremely serious. In some cases, violating an order can result in fines and jail time. We work hard to achieve the best possible outcome for you and your family.