Canton Enforcement of Child Support Attorneys
At Abbott & Abbott, we represent mothers and fathers who have not received the agreed upon child support payments. If you are owed hundreds or even thousands of dollars in child support and you are struggling to cover the costs of raising your child, you may think you have few options. We want you to know that you have options. Enforcement of child support orders is possible. Our attorneys will take an aggressive approach to helping you.
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What Can Be Done?
An intentional violation of a court order, such as an order to pay child support, is considered contempt. We will file your petition and represent you at the contempt hearing. When the court finds the non-paying party in contempt, the door is open to a wide range of enforcement opportunities that can help you get the money you need to raise your child.
Jail Is a Motivator
You may think that there is no possible way that the other party can possibly come up with the money to pay the child support owed to you and your child. On the surface, it may seem that way, but there are always options. When someone is held in contempt, he or she can be incarcerated for not making an effort to pay child support. An individual can be held until he or she pays all or part of what is owed. We have seen many cases in which people have suddenly found the means to pay what they owe in order to get out from behind bars.
Of course, jail is not the only option. Wage garnishment and other less severe means may also make sense, depending on the situation.
Contact Us for a Free 30-Minute Consultation
For a free 30-minute consultation with our Canton and Marietta child support enforcement lawyers, contact us today. We accept all major credit cards.