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Enforcement of a Divorce Agreement in Maryland

The best laid plans of mice and men can go astray. You’ve navigated your way through the challenging and at times difficult process of a contested family law matter, and reached resolution either by agreement, or by judicial determination and court order. Thereafter, one of the parties fails or refuses to abide by the terms of that agreement or order. Failure to make support payments or to adhere to a child access and visitation plan is cause for serious concern. What do you do? The experienced family law attorneys at Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, L.L.P. can knowledgeably and skillfully guide you through the process of seeking contempt or enforcement, or defending yourself and your interests in such actions.

Once an agreement or court order concerning child support, alimony (spousal support), child custody and child access, and marital property disposition has been approved by the court, it becomes binding. If one party does not abide by the agreement, he or she may be held in contempt of court if they are willful in their actions in failing to abide by the terms of the order. The various methods pursued to enforce an agreement, order or judgment depends on the specific facts at hand. When enforcement is necessary, there are many different types of issues that may be brought to the Court for resolution, including: child or spousal support orders, custody and child access orders, property division orders, and marital settlement agreements.

Contact Our Family Law Attorneys with Your Enforcement Issues

If your ex-spouse is failing to honor the terms of your agreement or court order, or if you are being threatened with an enforcement action, it is important to seek experienced legal advice right away. Regardless of which side of the dispute you find yourself on, you can rely on the family law attorneys of Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, L.L.P. to effectively and aggressively protect your interests. Contact our law firm, located right in Annapolis, or call 410-280-1700 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss enforcement of your divorce agreement.

Enforcement of a Divorce Agreement in Maryland

The best laid plans of mice and men can go astray. You’ve navigated your way through the challenging and at times difficult process of a contested family law matter, and reached resolution either by agreement, or by judicial determination and court order. Thereafter, one of the parties fails or refuses to abide by the terms of that agreement or order. Failure to make support payments or to adhere to a child access and visitation plan is cause for serious concern. What do you do? The experienced family law attorneys at Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, L.L.P. can knowledgeably and skillfully guide you through the process of seeking contempt or enforcement, or defending yourself and your interests in such actions.

Once an agreement or court order concerning child support, alimony (spousal support), child custody and child access, and marital property disposition has been approved by the court, it becomes binding. If one party does not abide by the agreement, he or she may be held in contempt of court if they are willful in their actions in failing to abide by the terms of the order. The various methods pursued to enforce an agreement, order or judgment depends on the specific facts at hand. When enforcement is necessary, there are many different types of issues that may be brought to the Court for resolution, including: child or spousal support orders, custody and child access orders, property division orders, and marital settlement agreements.

Contact Our Family Law Attorneys with Your Enforcement Issues

If your ex-spouse is failing to honor the terms of your agreement or court order, or if you are being threatened with an enforcement action, it is important to seek experienced legal advice right away. Regardless of which side of the dispute you find yourself on, you can rely on the family law attorneys of Trainor, Billman, Bennett & Milko, L.L.P. to effectively and aggressively protect your interests. Contact our law firm, located right in Annapolis, or call 410-280-1700 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss enforcement of your divorce agreement.

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