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An Overview of Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law
When will you need an enforcement suit? For family law cases in Texas, there are two ways to end a case. One is to settle your case through negotiations with the other party, and the other option is to go on a trial in court wherein a judge can make the decisions for you. Either way, you will receive a Final Order. Whether you like it or not, as soon as this rolls out, it would serve as your map where rules are concerned regarding your relationship with your child. There are some cases where a parent is extremely dissatisfied with the results seen in the Final Order that they completely disregard it. If you find yourself in this situation and you think that not abiding by what is stated in the Final Order is alright, you’re in trouble. You see, your co-parent can potentially hold you responsible, legally, for your actions. If you are that other parent, you cannot simply go to the police to inform them of the violations made by your ex-spouse. Instead, you will have to file an ‘Enforcement’ for an Enforcement suit at the same court where you received the final order. Aside from that, you will also have to present evidence of the violations made. Otherwise, you cannot hold your co-parent responsible.     What an Enforcement Suit Does   An enforcement suit is not exclusive to family law. It also covers other matters such as criminal law and appellate cases. In order to find a solution to the problem caused by your ex-spouse’s violation, you and your attorney must find a mix of laws that will be appropriate for your situation. Here are some of those solutions associated with an Enforcement Suit.     Contempt of Court   Contempt of court is a […]

An Overview of Enforcement Suits in Texas Family Law