Attorney Fagan’s eBook Teaches You How to Enforce Your Divorce Decree
Divorce decrees include court orders, which means violating a divorce decree can have consequences, and violators of the divorce decree can be held in contempt of court. Even if you or your spouse is dissatisfied with the divorce decree, you must petition the court for a modification. If you or your spouse fails to adhere to the divorce decree before modifications are made, you may need to file an enforcement suit.
Whether you are wondering what happens if you violate a divorce decree, or you need help enforcing one, Bryan Fagan’s Divorce Decree Enforcements eBook is a good place to start. Throughout the eBook, Attorney Fagan covers:
- Common divorce decree violations
- What to do when your ex-spouse has violated the divorce decree
- What to do when your ex-spouse refuses to surrender marital property
- Filing a contempt of court motion
- An overview of enforcement suits in Texas
- Direct contempt vs. constructive contempt
- Property division enforcement
- Clarifying court orders
- Defenses against enforcement actions
- Liens and license suspensions
The information in the eBook can apply to spouses filing and facing enforcement motions. It can help in cases of non-payment of child support or alimony, when child custody or visitation is denied, or when property division disputes last beyond the divorce decree.
Download our Divorce Decree Enforcements eBook to learn how to file a contempt of court motion or an enforcement action – all you need to do is fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Although our eBook is helpful, there is no substitute for personalized legal assistance from an experienced attorney. Our team at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is ready to help you uphold your divorce decree or defend yourself from frivolous enforcement actions.
Simply call us at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online to request a free consultation and get started today.