Contempt / Enforcement of Judgment

In summary, contempt and enforcement remedies are available where there has been a wilfull and ongoing violation of a court’s order. Willful conduct is done knowingly, and ongoing violation means a pattern of conduct and not an isolated or occasional violation. An attorney familiar with your specific circumstances can determine which remedy is most likely to provide the most benefit.

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NOTICE: The above summary is meant for informational purposes and is not intended to be legal advice. It is meant merely as a broad overview of the rules applicable to the majority of cases, and does not diminish the need to consult with a professional regarding your specific circumstances.