MOVING FAMILIES FORWARD
A Thoughtful Approach to Divorce, Alimony, Custody, and Other Family Law Matters Since 1995.
Greensboro, North Carolina Enforcement of Agreements and Court Orders
Helping Clients Enforce Court Orders and Divorce Settlements
Is your former partner neglecting to pay child support? Is your ex-spouse not paying alimony? If he or she is violating your court order or contract, you need a skilled and knowledgeable attorney to help you enforce your rights.
Attorney Rebecca Perry understands your situation and can help you enforce court orders and contracts. We work to resolve family-related matters through negotiation whenever possible, and through swift and decisive action when necessary. When the opposing party will not comply with a court order or contract, we will not hesitate to take your case before a judge to get you the support, time or property you and your family deserve.
Contact Greensboro Family Law to discuss your case. We can help you with your Greensboro, North Carolina child support enforcement or contempt action.
Enforcing Court Orders
If you need to have a court order enforced, such as child custody or child support, we can help. Enforcing a court order involves bringing a contempt action against the party who is not complying with a court order. A contempt order is similar to a criminal charge. If your former partner does not comply with the contempt order, he or she could face jail time.
Helping You Enforce Your Agreement or Contract
We can help you enforce the terms of your family-related agreements, including:
- Child custody and support
- Division of marital assets
We will help you bring an action for breach of contract. In a breach of contract claim, we can ask the court for specific performance or money damages. This will allow us to potentially secure the money you need or an order enforcing your agreement.
Need Help in Guilford County to Enforce a Court Order? Lawyer Rebecca Perry Can Represent You.
If you need to enforce a Guilford County court order, attorney Rebecca Perry can help you. Contact Greensboro Family Law or call 336-230-7359 to set up an appointment.