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Post-Divorce Matters

Unfortunately, there are times when one or both parties fail to comply with a court order requiring payment of child support or alimony, or relating to custody or visitation. The remedy when a party fails to comply is a contempt action. If the court finds a party in contempt, that party can be ordered not only to cooperate going forward, but also to be incarcerated and/or to pay the other party’s attorneys’ fees. The attorneys at Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle are skilled in representing clients seeking enforcement of prior orders, as well as those clients defending such an action.