Contempt actions may be brought when one party violates a prior court order or violates the Standing Family Law Pretrial Order which is an order that is automatically entered in every divorce and paternity proceeding filed within the 14th Judicial Circuit. The Standing Family Law Pretrial Order sets out the rules and guidelines that have to be followed by each party in a family law case. Our Florida Divorce Attorneys can help guide you so that you understand what your rights and duties are under the Standing Family Law Pretrial Order or any prior court order entered in your case.
Contempt actions may also be brought during a divorce proceeding because a party has not met certain deadlines as required by the Family Law Rules of Court. Our experienced Florida Divorce Attorneys can protect you from a contempt action by guiding your divorce proceeding.
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