Court Order and Contempt
Boca Raton Divorce & Family Lawyers
A Florida divorce decree is a binding legal document that must be followed
by both parties. Although changes can be made, they must be done formally
through a modification (where one party asks the court to modify an existing
order or judgment). If one of the parties violates an order in the decree,
the court can hold that party in contempt. This is a serious offense that
can result in community service, fines and even incarceration (time in
jail). Being found in contempt can also cause a party to lose
child custody or
time sharing rights.
At the Law Offices of Brian M. Moskowitz, our
Boca Raton divorce attorney has assisted clients who needed help to enforce a court order as well
as clients who were being held in contempt. With over a decade of experience,
we have a passion for family law and we will make sure that your rights
Learn How Attorney Brian Moskowitz Can Help!
If you have been accused of contempt or if you feel your ex-spouse (or
ex-boyfriend / girlfriend) is in contempt, contact us today by phone at
561-983-6707 or by filling out our
We do our very best to return your phone call the same day but at a minimum
we promise to return your call within 24 hours. From our offices in Boca Raton, we provide family law services to individuals
throughout the state of Florida, including the South Florida communities
of Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm Beach,
Palm Beach and all of Palm Beach County.
Whether you are seeking or resisting an order of contempt, we can advise
you as to the strength of your position.
Has your ex-spouse failed to pay court ordered
Has the noncustodial parent failed to pay court ordered
Has your ex-spouse failed to meet the requirements of the
property division order in the divorce decree?
Has the noncustodial parent failed to meet the terms of a
visitation order (for example, not shown up or brought the child home late)?
Have you failed to meet your obligations as outlined in the
divorce decree or any other court order?
If you or your children are being harmed in any way by another person's
failure to obey a court order, or if you are being accused of violating
a court order, the Law Offices of Brian M. Moskowitz can help you. We
believe in doing what it takes and we won’t let anyone take advantage
of you or your situation. A modification proceeding is where one party
asks the court to modify an existing order or judgment.
If you need legal assistance, contact us today by phone at 561-983-6707
or by filling out our
online form. We serve all of Florida with a concentration in South Florida including
Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, Wellington, West Palm Beach, Palm
Beach and all of Palm Beach County.