Charlotte Contempt of Court Attorneys
Skilled Legal Services for Family Law Matters
Family court orders can involve any issue related to family law. When these
orders have been violated or ignored by one of the parties, the other
party has a legal right to file for contempt of court against the offender.
Being found to be in contempt of court can result in various penalties.
These penalties are levied against the offender in order to force compliance
and to act as a punishment and deterrent for further misconduct. Thus,
contempt of court is a serious matter which requires the services of a
skilled contempt of court attorney.
If you need help in bringing a contempt of court action against a spouse
or former partner or if you need to defend yourself in such a matter,
Rech Law, P.C. can help. Our Charlotte contempt of court lawyers have
years of experience in dealing with all family law issues and their violations.
We understand the strong emotional context of such issues and provide
compassion and care along with strong legal knowledge, skill, and a forceful
courtroom presence. We will work aggressively to help you through this
legal problem as we fight for a favorable conclusion through the courts.
Get the legal representation you need by
contacting Rech Law online or at (704) 659-0007 today.
North Carolina Contempt of Court Actions
A contempt of court action can be filed against the alleged violator of
any family court order.
You can be held in contempt of court for non-compliance of:
- The payment of alimony;
The payment of
Child custody or visitation orders;
- Any order involving marital property, such as an order to transfer property
or refinance an asset;
- A restraining order (a domestic violence protective order); or
- Any other order issued by a family court.
Contempt of court motions may be categorized as civil or criminal. Penalties
may vary according to the type of motion and the circumstances involved
but, in general, penalties can include censure by the court, jail time,
and/or fines. For example, the penalty for failing to pay child support
can be up to 120 days of jail time.
Bring Your Case to an Award-Winning Law Firm
Our law firm has earned a reputation for outstanding legal service. We
have been recognized by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
for our high level of client satisfaction. Our Charlotte contempt of court
lawyers are dedicated to serving your legal needs with a commitment to
excellence and a deep concern for your welfare and that of your family.
Call us today to discuss your case at (704) 659-0007.