When family court orders are not followed, recourse is available through various enforcement actions. An enforcement action can be as simple as a well-crafted letter and as "official" as a contempt-of-court motion that is brought before a judge. Consequences of enforcement can jeopardize a party's financial well-being, his or her right to drive or even his or her freedom.
If you need help regarding enforcement of an order related to child support, child custody and visitation, alimony, spousal support or property division, or another matter, our firm can assist you. If you are the subject of enforcement actions, we can represent you.
At the law office of Debra E. Stokes, L.L.C., we help our clients protect their legal rights in a variety of ways. Leveraging more than 30 years of family law practice experience, family law lawyer Debra E. Stokes can help you:
Charleston enforcement actions attorney Debra E. Stokes is available for consultation regarding all South Carolina family law matters. Contact us to schedule an appointment.