File Your Divorce Contempt Action and Get Results

When Your Former Spouse Violates a Divorce Agreement, We Take Action

A divorce contempt action can force your former spouse into compliance, if he or she does not adhere to the terms of an agreement from your divorce. Filing with the counsel and representation of an experienced and aggressive family law attorney is crucial to getting the result you need in a timely manner.

At F. Marian Weeks, P.C., Attorneys at Law, we represent people in northern Georgia who need to take decisive legal action to get their ex-spouse into compliance. Based in Marietta, we are familiar with the legal systems and judges in Cobb County, Cherokee County and Paulding County.

Attorneys Marian Weeks and Fraser Hudgins bring a combined 65 years of legal experience to the resolution of your divorce matter. We can assist with enforcement issues even if we did not handle your initial divorce.

It is extremely important to take legal action as soon as a violation occurs. Full collection is more likely if you seek court intervention early.

Common Reasons to File a Divorce Contempt Action

Consequences for Failing to Fulfill Divorce Agreement Obligations

The court takes failure to adhere to the terms of a court order very seriously. In fact, the failure to fulfill your obligations can be punishable through wage garnishment, loss of custody or visitation, attorney's fees to the party bringing the divorce contempt action, and even incarceration.

Speak With One of Our Lawyers Today

We will fight for the enforcement of the agreement that you have invested so much time and energy into constructing. If you feel a divorce contempt action is necessary to correct a violation of a court order/divorce decree, email us or call 770-884-6296 to schedule a free 30-minute consultation with one of our lawyers.