Daytona Beach Contempt of Court Attorneys
Contempt of court is not appropriate in all cases. Our Daytona Beach divorce lawyers see both sides of contempt cases. Sometimes clients are falsely accused and other times clients are on the receiving end of bad behavior by an ex that refuses to comply with a court order. If a parent will not follow the marital settlement agreement or the visitation schedule a motion for contempt is an appropriate option. A contempt hearing is not appropriate when a parent puts the kids to bed 15 minutes late or forgets to brush their teeth one time. If you are accused of violating a court order or your ex is not complying with a court order give our attorneys a call. Our Daytona Beach divorce lawyers understand how to file a motion for contempt of court and also understand how to defend them. Contact our attorneys today if you have a dispute over a marital settlement agreement or visitation schedule. The initial consultation is free and we are happy to discuss your case with you.