court orders
Court Order
Sometimes, people don’t respect the legality of Court Orders in family law cases. This can rage from dangerous situations like violating an Order for Protection or Restraining Order, to more relaxed situations like being 30 minutes late to a parenting time exchange. So, what can you do to make sure the Order is being enforced?...
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Court orders are very serious. Whether the court made its order based on its own findings or whether the court adopted a stipulated agreement, the involved parties are expected to follow the order. For example, say there is an order for parenting time where the mother is granted parenting time with the parties’ children every other weekend. The...
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