Enforcing Court Orders In Washington

At my law office in Spokane, Washington, I represent clients in a wide range of family law matters, including the enforcement of court orders. An enforcement action may concern a variety of issues, including:

  • Child support
  • Property division
  • Parenting plans
  • Spousal support

Whether your former spouse has failed to hand over a deed to property as required by a divorce decree, failed to comply with the visitation provisions of a parenting plan or otherwise failed to comply with a court order, you have rights. For help, contact my law office in Spokane, Washington, to speak with an attorney.

Help With Child Support Enforcement Actions And Contempt Sanctions

When a judge issues an order, he or she expects that it will be followed. Washington courts consider failure to comply with a court order to be a very serious issue. Contempt sanctions may include an award of attorney fees or possibly even jail.

I have helped many clients enforce court orders. As an experienced family law attorney, I understand how hard it is for people to go through the process of a divorce, paternity proceeding or other family law proceedings. Once you have obtained an order, you have a right to expect that you will receive the benefit of that order.

Contact Me For The Assistance You Need

If you need help enforcing a court order and need to speak with a Washington child support enforcement lawyer, I am pleased to offer a free consultation. To contact my Spokane law office, call 509-720-8991 or contact me by email.