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Saturday, January 20, 2018

When Parents Fail to Follow Court Orders

It is very common for parents to not follow court orders, especially when it comes to
visitation issues, and money issues.   When orders are not followed, it ends up costing
parents time, money, and turmoil.

Issues involving drugs, violence, fake reports to police, making up lies, and issues we see
on Jerry Springer are pretty common. However, this results in the client having to do a number
of things for example....

Having to draft and file a noticed motion for hearing with attachments
Having to possibly pay a filing fee, and fees to attorney
Having to take time off of work to sit in court and wait for your turn
Having to possibly interact with the ex partner
Becoming involved in mediation, which often doesn't work so well
Having to attend court again because the mediation didn't work out well
Having to attend a long cause hearing or trial because the mediation was
      way off base, you didn't get what you wanted, or someone lied and
      the mediator didn't believe you?

Part of family law issues is learning that even if you do follow the rules for parenting,
you still may encounter issues because of the other parent. This is a legendary process
in family law that will likely never change. It's usually not pleasant, and it isn't free, so
no one really likes it 100%.

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