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An Order is Only as Good as You Make It

It is not uncommon in family law proceedings for the court to make temporary orders pending trial regarding issues of support, custody, and property. These orders define the rights and responsibilities between the parties for the pendency of the case. It is a maxim in family law that orders are only good if you enforce them.  Often orders will be violated by either party. There are numerous ways in which an order can be enforced.  The recent case of In re Stacy Lynn Marcus 2006 DJDAR 4597 deals with the difficulty of enforcing orders by way of contempt. Continue reading →

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