Enforcement of an existing court order may sound simple, but it can be quite the opposite. It is important to have a lawyer that is familiar with the local legal system and can assist to make sure your concerns are handled in an appropriate manner. Very often a client has an order issued in another state, and the order needs to be registered and enforced in North Carolina.
Enforcing existing court orders can apply to child support/custody, alimony, domestic violence protective orders, and any others. If you feel as though the opposing party in your case if not upstanding their obligation to a court documented order, you may need someone to help. Each party must do their duty to follow any agreement or court order.
To get the information that you need, please schedule an initial consultation today at my Asheville office. Contact Hooks Law, P.C., online or by calling 828-333-2630.