Enforcement of Orders

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A woman finds out her ex-spouse is violating the non-disparagement clause of their divorce

Is Your Ex Violating the Non-Disparagement Clause of the Divorce?

Divorce often becomes a tense event that affects people at a very deep level. When children are involved, this can elevate tension and strife between the formerly married parents. That’s why many parents seek to include a non-disparagement clause in the divorce order. A non-disparagement clause is designed to prevent one (or both) parents from …

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A mother needs a family law attorney in Brazoria County to enforce a court order

Work With a Family Law Attorney in Brazoria County to Enforce a Court Order

If you live in Angleton, Pearland, Clute, Freeport, Lake Jackson, or another town in Brazoria County, I am ready to help you enforce a previous court order. As a family law attorney in Brazoria County, I understand how family suits work in the Family Division of the Brazoria County court system. I have a decade …

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Woman on the phone with Blair Parker looking for legal support to enforce a court order for spousal support in Texas

How to Enforce a Spousal Support Order in Texas

When a divorce is finalized, it is often not the end of the dispute between ex-spouses. Unfortunately, there are many cases where one spouse does not uphold their obligation to pay alimony to the other party (known as spousal support or maintenance in Texas), as outlined in the divorce suit. Your ex-spouse may refuse to …

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