The parties involved are ordered to comply with orders entered by the court. If a party does not comply with a court's order, such as failing to pay child support, refusing to allow the other parent to spend time with the children according to a prior court order, etc., they may be found in contempt. A motion and hearing before the court is often necessary for the court to find a party in contempt and enforce the prior order. Whether you are attempting to pursue a contempt action against another person or you are the one defending against a contempt allegation, Frank Family Law Practice, family law and divorce attorneys in Orlando and the Central Florida area, can assist you in this matter professionally, courteously, and compassionately.
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