Learn More About Contempt of Court with Bryan Fagan’s eBook
Going against a court order comes with serious consequences if the court finds you or the person you are filing against in contempt. Whether your ex-spouse or co-parent has filed for a contempt motion, or you need help holding them to a court-ordered agreement, the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is here for you.
Because contempt of court is so serious and could lead to hefty fines and jail time, you should do your research and speak to an attorney before filing or responding to a contempt order. Our Contempt of Court eBook can help you get a head start.
In the eBook, Bryan Fagan talks about:
- Possible violations
- Child visitation enforcement
- Enforcement and modification remedies
- Fines and jail time
- What happens when children refuse to cooperate with court orders
- Helpful documents and actions you may need to take
- Demand letters
- The value of witnesses
- Obtaining evidence
- Visitation exchange tips
- And more
The most common issues in contempt motions include denying child custody, blocking child visitation, failing to provide child support, and even issues with property division and alimony. If you don’t know where to start when it comes to enforcing a court order or responding to a filing against you, Attorney Fagan’s eBook is for you.
Download our free Contempt of Court eBook by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
If you need more in-depth information or personalized legal advice, you can speak directly to Attorney Fagan or another member of our team at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. Remember, there is no substitute for professional representation – and when your family and future are on the line, it is always worth the price.
Get started by downloading our eBook today, then call our firm at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online, to schedule your free, confidential consultation.