By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
If you are divorced, you have a court order that either directs you or your spouse to perform certain obligations. This can be the payment of child support and/or alimony, making mortgage or rent payments, executing a quit claim deed, or transferring property or other tasks.
If you are charged with the obligation, and willfully do not do what you are supposed to do, you may suffer the consequences of contempt of court, that being substantial fines or incarceration.
If you are the recipient, and you do not receive what you are entitled to under the court order, it is up to you to take affirmative legal action by filing a motion for enforcement or contempt.
in that event the parties will have to go to an evidentiary hearing and present evidence and testimony. For more information about this or other divorce topiplea all one of the divorce a lawyers at Robin Roshkind, P. A. At 561 835 9091, or click on the Firm’s web site at http://www.familylawwpb.com.