Enforcement of Orders
When you and your spouse sign your divorce agreement, you are telling the court that you will abide by the terms of your agreement. But what happens when one spouse does not adhere to these terms? In this instance, you may be able to petition the court to issue an enforcement order.
The court can legally enforce the following provisions of a divorce:
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The process begins by filing a motion of contempt with Rhode Island family court. That motion is then served to your ex-spouse who will then need to attend a hearing regarding why they have not paid their obligations.
The courts can employ numerous techniques to ensure payments are given, including:
- Tax and bank levies
- Wage garnishments
- Passport blocking
- Credit bureau reporting
- Driver’s license suspension
- Possible criminal charges
Rhode Island has a zero-tolerance policy for those who fail to adhere to the terms of their agreement, whether on accident or by willful intent. If your ex-spouse has not paid the proper financial support or acted outside their legally-allowed bounds, let us assist you with obtaining the compensation you deserve.
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