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Enforcing Court Orders in Massachusetts: When a party is in contempt.

Once a court order has been issued, it is legally binding, and both parties must comply with its terms. However, it’s not uncommon for one party to disregard the order or fail to comply with its terms. In such cases, it may be necessary to take legal action to enforce the court order.
This section provides educational material and resources to help you understand the process of enforcing a court order, including the legal steps involved, common issues that arise, and the potential consequences of noncompliance. Here you’ll find valuable information and guidance to help you enforce a court order and ensure that your rights are protected.


What do I do if I need a court order changed?

You must file a complaint for modification, asking the court for the necessary changes. Seeking a consultation with a family law attorney is advisable before filing.


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