Work with a North Shore Boston Contempt Attorney
Contempt orders can result from one parent interfering with or denying another’s lawful child visitation rights, when a parent willfully refuses to pay required child support, where a custodial or noncustodial parent violates child custody provisions, or where an ex-spouse required to provide alimony payments fails to do so. Those who are found to be in contempt of court may be subject to jail sentences, enforced support payments, wage garnishments, payment of attorneys’ fees to the other party, or other penalties.
Our firm can represent you whether you are the party seeking a contempt order or the party who is opposing it. An attorney at the firm can review your situation, advise you on what needs to be done, and help you reach a workable resolution, whether through negotiation or through aggressive representation in family court.
Contact a Danvers contempt lawyer at the firm for capable legal assistance in an y contempt of court matter today.