When individuals fail to comply with court orders, they may be held in contempt of court. Various penalties can apply for violation of a court order. The penalties include:
- Up to a $1,000 fine
- Up to 30 days in jail
Common family law court orders that people fail to comply with include:
- Failure to pay child support
- Failure to comply with parenting time/visitation schedule
- Failure to follow parenting plan
Experienced Family Law Representation Dedicated To Protecting Your Rights And Best Interests
At the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, attorney David Pedrazas has been helping people through difficult family law situations for more than 20 years. During that time he has handled more than 1,000 divorce and other family law cases. No one wants to be found in contempt of court. David’s skill and experience can help the court understand your perspective and extenuating circumstances that may have caused you to be unable to follow the court order.
Contact Salt Lake City Family Court Contempt Attorney David Pedrazas
When you are facing the possibility of being found in contempt of court for failing to follow a court order, having an experienced attorney as your guide can be the best step you can take toward making sure that you are able to effectively pursue the resolution you need. Turn to the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, for the skill and experience you need. To schedule a Legal Case Review, call 801-263-7078 or contact us online.