Skilled Georgia Attorneys Handling Contempt of Court Matters
The Georgia courts maintain that a child's best interests are served when he or she maintains a meaningful relationship with both parents. The courts prefer custody agreements that allow the child to spend substantial time with both parents unless it is shown that contact with one or the other parent could put the child in harm's way.
Once the order is in place, both parents are required to comply with its terms. If either one fails to do so, it could create grounds for contempt. Child custody matters can become very challenging legal matters, and it is important to have an attorney who knows the law and will work to ensure that the court's orders are obeyed.
Child Custody Order Enforcement ∙ Contempt of Court Actions
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Representing Clients on All Sides of Child Custody Contempt Matters
The lawyers at Abbott & Abbott have experience with all types of child custody contempt cases. Whether you are seeking to have a child custody order enforced or you are being accused of violating one, our attorneys are ready to help you. We have successfully represented clients in all types of child custody contempt cases, including the following:
- Parents who were denied access to their children
- Parents accused of deliberately undermining the other parent's access to the children
- Parents who were accused of not taking the children at their appointed time
- Parents who moved away or wanted to prevent the other parent from doing so
- Alienation of the parent/child relationship
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