Contempt of Court

Refusing to Obey a Court Order

M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC — A Conyers, Georgia Law Firm

When an order is issued by the Court — whether regarding child custody, spousal support, or another issue — parties are expected to comply. However, many individuals refuse or fail to comply with the provisions of these various court orders. By doing so, they inconvenience those dependent on these orders — and face potentially severe consequences.

Contempt of Court - Obstruction of Justice - Call (770) 929-1665 or contact us online.

At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, we represent people who are affected by another party's refusal to comply with a court order. This may include:

  • A mother or father who refuses to pay child support
  • An ex-spouse who has not paid spousal support for many months
  • A parent who is violating the terms of a visitation decree

At M. Qader A. Baig & Associates, LLC, we help clients file a motion for contempt of court. The individual who is violating the court order is held in contempt of court, which can require him or her to appear at a hearing. Contempt can result in being held in prison.

How We Can Help

No matter what contempt of court issue you are dealing with, we are here to provide you with competent legal services. The State has a vested interest in protecting those dependent on child support and spousal support, as well as the children of divorced couples. We will use the law to seek the enforcement of a court order, and ultimately help you hold your ex-spouse accountable.

If your ex-spouse has violated a court order, a contempt of court motion may be appropriate. While we aim to resolve your issue out of court, we are confident in our ability to protect your interests in court.

Contact Us

If you are dealing with a contempt of court or obstruction of justice issue, we can help. Contact an attorney online or call (770) 929-1665.

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