Learn About Property Division Enforcement with Attorney Fagan’s eBook
Once you sign your divorce papers, you might think the issues associated with your divorce are over. Unfortunately, some exes do not follow court orders. When this happens, you may have to file an “enforcement motion” with the court.
Property division enforcement can help you get the property or payments you deserve, and if your former spouse refuses to cooperate with the court, they can be held in contempt, which can result in jail time and other punishments.
Although the last thing you want to do is go back to court after a divorce, filing an enforcement motion is worthwhile because it can help you recover the property you won during the divorce. Enforcement orders may also be appropriate in cases involving child support and spousal maintenance.
Learn more about filing an enforcement motion with our Property Division Enforcement eBook. In the eBook, Attorney Fagan discusses:
- Just and right property division
- Enforcement suits in Texas
- How the court enforces the division of property
- Protecting your property
- Temporary restraining orders and injunctions
- Clarifying a court order
- Contempt of court
- Child custody and support
- Spousal support
- And more
You may not know what a motion to enforce means nor how to begin the process, but after reading our eBook, you will have a better understanding of what will happen and when you need to file. Of course, no eBook can replace personalized legal support from a qualified family law attorney.
If you have questions about property division enforcement, please download our eBook for free by filling out the form at the bottom of this page.
For answers to your case-specific questions and help getting started, please call the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at (281) 810-9760 or send us a message online.