Legal Guidance Regarding Enforcement Of Orders
Having a family law order in place allows both parties to understand their legal rights and obligations. However, such orders provide little benefit if one party willfully disregards such an order and there is no way to enforce it.
At Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, attorney Tamar Faulhaber understands the procedures for holding parties in contempt for failure to abide by family law orders. She also understands other tools for holding parties accountable such as wage garnishments, garnishing of bank accounts, the placing of liens on property, and property seizure to collect back child support payments or other unpaid court-ordered obligations.
Types Of Enforcement Services We Provide
While every court order provides obligations for each party to follow, there are a number of family law orders that parties refuse to obey. Most of these pertain to child custody arrangements, child support, and alimony and spousal support obligations.
As a lawyer, Tamar Faulhaber routinely assists in the enforcement of family law orders pertaining to:
- Child support
- Child custody and visitation
- Asset and other property division issues
- Protective orders, restraining orders and no contact orders
- The awarding of attorney fees and other costs
- Requirements to disclose specific information involving divorce proceedings
At Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, we work toward helping you receive all unpaid child support or alimony. We make certain that both parents are able to participate in their children’s lives in accordance with the language of family law orders. Our law firm has at its disposal the resources to help make such enforcement possible.
Contact A Georgia Family Law Enforcement Attorney
Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, has its office in Alpharetta and routinely assists clients in enforcement matters throughout Fulton, Bibb, Rockdale and Forsyth counties. Contact our law firm for an initial consultation by calling 678-436-5126.