Scranton’s Premier Family Law Firm Enforcing Court Orders

When a party subject to a family law court order fails to comply with the terms of that order, the other party can go to court in an effort to find the other party in violation and possibly in contempt. A finding of contempt is very serious. The party subject to the contempt order can be put in jail, have his or her wages garnished to pay for child support, lose driving privileges and pay the other party’s legal fees.

At Mulligan Law, we represent both sides in contempt and enforcement issues. We understand the law and the procedures concerning these matters. The Mulligan Law Firm will work diligently to protect your rights and to get you the justice you deserve.

Give us a call today for a free consultation and case evaluation (570) 703-0269