When disputes between divorced parents erupt regarding child support and visitation, family law attorneys must know how to pursue enforcement actions that preserve their clients’ court-ordered financial support and time with their children.

Specificity is critical to enforcement actions. If a motion for enforcement does not identify the relevant offenses with a great degree of specificity, the respondent may claim that the motion doesn’t provide enough information to prepare a reasonable defense, increasing the chances that the motion will fail.

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