A Court Order is not a suggestion or recommendation. It must be strictly followed at all times. If child or spousal support is due on the first of the month, the payee will be in contempt of Court if payment is not received by that date. If one parent is refusing to allow the other to see the child in violation of the terms of the Court's Order, the refusal to allow visitation is a violation of your parental rights and a violation of the law.
At The Cherry Law Firm, PC, we have years of experience helping parents in Cobb County and throughout the metro Atlanta area enforce existing Court Orders of all types. We know how important it is to abide by Court Orders, and we will take immediate action to enforce a Court Order that is not being followed.
Aggressively Defending Your Parental Rights
At The Cherry Law Firm PC, we are prepared to stand up for your rights. If your spouse or ex-spouse is not following the Court's Order, we can file a contempt petition on your behalf to enforce the Court Order. If the Order was willingly violated, the Court can Order your attorney's fees to be paid by the other party. We provide aggressive representation for parents whose rights have been denied, so they can get back to furthering the most important relationship in their life. We regularly seek counsel fees in connection with litigating contempt issues.
Schedule Your Initial Consultation Today
The sooner you call us, the sooner we can start assessing your situation and help to enforce an existing Court Order. To schedule a free 15-minute consultation, call us today at 770-444-3399, or click here to access our online scheduler. We serve clients throughout metro Atlanta, including those in Cobb County, Paulding County, Cherokee County and Bartow County.