When a party to a family court order fails to follow its terms, one can petition the
family court to enforce the order and secure the other party's compliance.
The Motion to Enforce is one of two ways to get help from the Court if the other
party has failed to obey an earlier order. (For example, your ex-spouse has not ...
Enforcing a Custody Order. Print Español. When a judge makes an order about
child custody and visitation, it becomes a court order and it has the force of law.
Filing a contempt action is an effective way to enforce court orders, but you must
prove the offender had the ability to comply and willingly chose not to.
Sep 1, 2015 ... How to Enforce a Custody Order. A custody order is a determination by a court
that provides the rules on how parents who have been divorced ...
Mar 16, 2016 ... as if it were a judgment or order of the court, and in relation to such an award, 'the
court which made the judgment or order' means the court ...
The Enforcement of Judgments Office (EJO) is responsible for the enforcement of
court judgments for money, goods and property. This page has information on ...
Courts do not automatically enforce family law orders, so if you cannot reach an
agreement, you may consider applying to a court for orders. You have to tell the ...
Orders for child support and spousal support can also be enforced under the ...
Enforce a judgment ... Ask the court to order the debtor to attend court to provide
evidence of their ... You can ask the court to send bailiffs to collect the money.