All dissolution of marriage proceedings in Florida are finalized once the terms have been decided upon and they have become legally binding upon both parties involved. Both spouses are responsible to abide by the terms as decided by the family law court.
If your spouse has been negligent in fulfilling the terms that were set forth in your divorce, the Naples divorce enforcement attorneys can help you enforce your divorce decree so that you can move on with your life. We know how frustrating it can be to have to deal with an uncooperative spouse. Our teams in Naples and Cape Coral can assist you in filing a motion for contempt of court against your non-compliant ex-spouse and get you on the road to getting what you deserve.
To learn more about your enforcement options, call (239) 319-4441 to schedule a consultation with our dedicated enforcement lawyers. With offices in Naples and Cape Coral, we are proud to work alongside clients in Collier and Lee Counties.
Divorce Decree Violations in South Florida
Divorce decrees are legal documents that are signed by a judge and enforced through the courts. Failure to comply with a divorce decree is illegal and can result in fines or jail time.
Common examples of divorce decree violations include:
- Failing to pay alimony or child support
- Failing to adhere to the parenting plan
- Failing to divide property and debts
- Failing to pay debt obligations
- Failing to vacate or sell the family residence
- Failing to provide for the division of retirement accounts
Find Out How Our Team Can Help You
Our Naples divorce enforcement lawyers at Family First Legal Group have years of experience helping people that were in the same situation you are in. Let us stand by your side to fight for you and help you enforce your divorce decree.
The sooner you call, the sooner we can work to provide you with a solution that is right for you. Reach out to us today at (239) 319-4441. We serve Collier County and Lee County.