Is your Ex Spouse Ignoring Court Orders? What to do

If you have a final court order and your ex-spouse is ignoring the orders, you should consult a Texas family law attorney to discuss filing a Motion to Enforce. A Motion to Enforce the court’s judgment is available to enforce a prior court order in a divorce case. The enforcement may…

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“Motion to Enforce” a Texas Court Order About Property  

A final divorce decree will have provisions in the court order which relate to division of property and debts. When one of the parties does not follow through in obeying the court order, the other “innocent” party may choose to file a motion with the court. This is called a…

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Finding Your Ex in Contempt of a Court Order Involving Children

What is contempt? Contempt is an action that can be used by the court to enforce an order, or to punish disobedience.  Contempt can be used by the court “on its own” (Judge says, “I am going to find you in contempt for your misbehavior in this courtroom”) or can be…

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