Enforcing Court Orders on Behalf of Fathers
From the moment your divorce proceeding is resolved and court orders are finalized, each party must adhere to and follow court-ordered provisions and agreements in the divorce decree. You and your ex-spouse are legally obligated to follow child support, custody, parenting time/visitation, spousal support and asset distribution orders.
You are not required to tolerate or stand for violations of court orders. If you experience your ex disobeying parenting time schedules, disobeying financial directives, or neglecting her support payments, contact The Law Offices of James A. Adams, P.C., L.L.O., right away to determine the proper course of action with an experienced Nebraska fathers’ rights lawyer.
DAD’S HAVE RIGHTS TOO | WE WILL ENFORCE THEM!
Protecting Your Interests and Taking Action
You should not sit idly by and hope that your ex-spouse will make the right decision to begin following a court order. Minor infractions can become repeated offenses. Don’t allow yourself to be taken advantage of. We can help you file contempt charges and take action in several ways, including:
- Wage garnishment
- Bank account levy
- Asset seizure
- Arrest warrant
- Suspension of driving privileges
- Restrictions on parenting time and parenting rights
- Posting of a bond to ensure against further violations
- Payment of attorney fees
Contempt actions should be pursued zealously and timely if your former spouse is not following the terms of a court order