Contempt & Enforcement

Winter Park Contempt of Court Lawyer for Orange & Seminole County, FL

If a party ordered by the court to do something is not following the order, for example, pay child support or alimony, then a Motion for Contempt may be filed. Whether you are the party who has been wronged and are not receiving your court ordered support, or you are the party who has fallen on hard times and cannot comply, contact Winter Park Contempt Attorney Jennifer Dane.  Attorney Dane will help you:

  • Address all relevant and important legal information;
  • Collect all favorable and relevant evidence;
  • Prepare and quickly work towards the best possible resolution.

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Call Today for a Consultation 407-260-0500

Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your Motion for Contempt and/ or Enforcement. You will be able to contact Attorney Dane by phone, text or email at anytime with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handled by a less experienced attorney and Attorney Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout the entire case. Jennifer Dane knows each client and takes a very personal interest in the well being of the client and the family as a whole. Your case will get Attorney Dane’s full attention.

Contempt Proceedings in Florida

Typically a Motion for Contempt is appropriate when a party has failed to pay either court ordered child support or alimony. In a contempt proceeding, if the court finds a party to be in contempt, the court may suspend their driver’s license, revoke their passport, or even put them in jail with a purge amount, or an amount they must pay to be released from jail.

Enforcement Proceedings in Florida

Typically a Motion for Enforcement is appropriate  when a party has failed to comply with Equitable Distribution. If the court finds that the party has the present ability to comply, the court will enforce its order against the party and order them to comply.

Personalized Legal Representation

If you have not received a court ordered payment, or you are facing a contempt of court, contact Winter Park Contempt and Enforcement Attorney Jennifer T. Dane at 407.260.0500, for a confidential consultation to discuss your case and options today. Jennifer’s primary focus is protecting you and your family.

Contempt & Enforcement

Winter Park Contempt of Court Lawyer for Orange & Seminole County, FL

If a party ordered by the court to do something is not following the order, for example, pay child support or alimony, then a Motion for Contempt may be filed. Whether you are the party who has been wronged and are not receiving your court ordered support, or you are the party who has fallen on hard times and cannot comply, contact Winter Park Contempt Attorney Jennifer Dane.  Attorney Dane will help you:

  • Address all relevant and important legal information;
  • Collect all favorable and relevant evidence;
  • Prepare and quickly work towards the best possible resolution.

jail building

Call Today for a Consultation 407-260-0500

Jennifer Dane will personally handle all aspects of your Motion for Contempt and/ or Enforcement. You will be able to contact Attorney Dane by phone, text or email at anytime with questions specific to your case and your concerns. Your case will never be handled by a less experienced attorney and Attorney Dane is the only attorney that will advocate for you throughout the entire case. Jennifer Dane knows each client and takes a very personal interest in the well being of the client and the family as a whole. Your case will get Attorney Dane’s full attention.

Contempt Proceedings in Florida

Typically a Motion for Contempt is appropriate when a party has failed to pay either court ordered child support or alimony. In a contempt proceeding, if the court finds a party to be in contempt, the court may suspend their driver’s license, revoke their passport, or even put them in jail with a purge amount, or an amount they must pay to be released from jail.

Enforcement Proceedings in Florida

Typically a Motion for Enforcement is appropriate  when a party has failed to comply with Equitable Distribution. If the court finds that the party has the present ability to comply, the court will enforce its order against the party and order them to comply.

Personalized Legal Representation

If you have not received a court ordered payment, or you are facing a contempt of court, contact Winter Park Contempt and Enforcement Attorney Jennifer T. Dane at 407.260.0500, for a confidential consultation to discuss your case and options today. Jennifer’s primary focus is protecting you and your family.

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Hiring Jennifer Dane as my divorce attorney was one of the best decisions I’ve made – second only to deciding to get the divorce in the first place! Jennifer was professional, kind, and available. Even after the divorce was final, she continued to help me tie up some loose ends. I highly recommend her for any legal issue.
Barbara Qualmann


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