Frequently Asked Colorado Contempt of Court Questions
Contempt of Court in Family Law: (See Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 107)
Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for people to violate court orders in a Denver custody or divorce case, potentially leading to contempt of court actions. Violations can be tied into an ongoing alimony or child support obligation. Likewise, contempt of court may also flow from violations of custody orders. In either scenario, the Denver divorce lawyers at Plog & Stein, P.C. are ready to methodically assess each violation situation to determine the best course of legal action to take. We hope the questions listed below are helpful for determining whether you need legal help in resolving your contempt of court matter.
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