In Texas family law cases, courts will typically issue various kinds of orders, especially in cases involving children. Child support orders, child custody and visitation orders, temporary family law orders, and protection orders are just a few examples of enforceable court orders.
When you wish to ask the court to enforce an order, you will typically need to provide clear proof that the other person involved in the order has clearly violated the court order. Keeping a journal or calendar where you can make notes of things like missed visitation dates and/or consistent disregard for pick-up and drop-off times is important, as is keeping copies of any correspondence or phone messages that will back-up your position that the court needs to take action and enforce the family law court order(s).
If you would like assistance in enforcing a court order in your divorce or family law case in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, please click below to schedule a free 30 minute consultation with one of our family law attorneys who specializes in court order enforcement.
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