Enforcement Lawyers in Tampa
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If you are a party to a divorce and your circumstances have changed, you have the right to file a motion and request the court amend your divorce decree and issue a new child custody or visitation order. If you are the custodial parent and your ex-spouse has either failed to pay child support or has paid less than the court-ordered amount, you can ask the court to use other means, including garnishment and income deduction orders, to enforce the support order.
At Givens Givens Sparks, our Tampa enforcement attorneys have more than 135 combined years of experience. We know what it takes to help our clients get through these types of cases in the most favorable manner possible. From the moment we take your case, you can be sure your legal matter is in good hands.
By hiring our firm, you may benefit from the following:
- Two Board Certified Marital and Family Law Specialists
- A team voted to the “Best Law Firms” list by U.S. News
- Lawyers included in the list of Super Lawyers®
- An attorney, Stann Givens, who has won the Lawyer of the Year award
Call (813) 518-7941 today for your free case review.
Learn How Our Family Law Attorneys Can Help You
A motion for contempt of court can be filed on your behalf to force the payment of child support or alimony or to force compliance with parenting requirements of a court order. The court can enforce its orders by levying fines, assessing attorneys’ fees to be paid by the offending party, and by jail time in the case of serious disregard of court orders.
Failure to pay as required by the court can also lead to seizure of bank accounts, automobiles or other property and the suspension of drivers’ licenses. Your Tampa enforcement attorneys at Givens Givens Sparks can guide you as to which options should be pursued.
Call us at (813) 518-7941 today to get started on your case.