Time and time again, clients run into obstacles post divorce where the Ex is not complying with the court order –post judgment. The court generally retains jurisdictions over the parties and their children to enforce its orders.
There are several methods of enforcing the orders when one of the parties to divorce is not compliant. In financial issues, such as support, methods of enforcing an order may include, garnishment of wages, bank accounts, fines, imprisonment or contempt of court. You may consider calling
our law firm if you have run into one of these hurdles after divorce. It may require filing documents and going back to court to enforce the court orders.
When facing the need to enforce an order for child support or
spousal support, contact thequalified Temecula family law offices of Richard K. Isles.