Our Dummit Fradin family law attorney won a Motion for Contempt in Greensboro and restored visitation of a one-year-old baby to her father.
What is a Motion for Contempt?
After a final court order in a family law case, both parties must abide by the agreed terms in the court order. If either party refuses or fails to comply with any portion of the court order, the second party can file a motion for contempt. The motion basically forces the non-compliant party to abide by the court order or they could face jail time or fines. To find out if this strategy could in your individual case, speak with one of our experienced family law attorneys today!