Contempt for Failure to Pay Child Support or Spousal Maintenance
When you are going through a divorce or other type of family law proceeding, it is critical that all court orders be followed. If parenting plans and child custody agreements are not followed, the court can sanction the non-complying party. Attorney Michael Ditchik has been providing legal services to his clients in the Seattle and King County area for more than 20 years. Currently located in Kent, Washington, Mr. Ditchik strives to provide the highest quality of service to his clients regarding contempt of court actions and other family law matters.
Whether you wish to enforce a court order or need representation for contempt charges, Attorney Michael Ditchik will aggressively represent your interests, in and out of court.
If you are ready to move forward with your contempt of court issues, call the Law Office of Michael Ditchik at 1-888-544-1259 or contact the firm by e-mail to schedule an initial consultation.
Court Order Enforcement From a Washington Lawyer
If one party fails to abide by the terms of a court order, a contempt of court action may be pursued. Certain issues that may arise in a contempt of court action can include:
- Failure to follow a parenting plan
- Failure to pay child support
- Not paying spousal maintenance/alimony
- Failing to abide by a restraining order
- Refusing to follow any court order
At the Law Office of Michael Ditchik, Mike will listen to your needs and work with you to pursue the correct course of action that will protect your interests.
Defending Contempt of Court Actions
It is important to cooperate with the court in all of its orders. If you have been charged with contempt of court, you need an attorney who is experienced in family law matters and who has an extensive understanding of the penalties involved with contempt, including:
- Court costs
- Home monitoring
- Removal of visitation rights
- Monetary fines
Contact a Contempt of Court Lawyer
The Law Office of Michael Ditchik is open during normal business hours or by appointment. Mr. Ditchik knows that it is sometimes difficult to keep appointments during the workday, especially when you are going through issues like contempt of court. That is why he provides evening or weekend consultations by request. Contact his contempt of court law office by e-mail to set up your initial family law consultation.