At Raggio & Raggio, PLLC, we represent men and women in all child custody and child support matters, including those seeking to enforce orders as well as those who are being held in contempt of court.
Offering Knowledgeable Legal Advice And Vigorous Representation
Throughout the decades, our Texas child support enforcement lawyers have made it a priority to help our clients protect their rights while keeping the best interests of their children in mind at all times. This is especially important in custody and support cases. Raggio & Raggio, PLLC can assist you with:
- Enforcing child custody arrangements
- Enforcing child support orders
- Defending against accusations of late support payments or no support payments
- Defending against accusations of failing to comply with custody or visitation agreements
We realize the negative repercussions the above scenarios can have on your family. Drawing from a wealth of proven experience and legal knowledge surrounding Texas family law, our attorneys are fully prepared to help you achieve your legal goals. That may involve modifying a current support or custody agreement or taking legal action to enforce an order or defend yourself.
It is important to understand that individuals are legally required to comply with the court-ordered child custody and support agreements. For instance, if one parent has refused to pay child support, the other parent cannot refuse visitation rights as a way to reprimand the original non-compliant parent. The only way to legally enforce an order is through the court. If you do not comply with your court order, you may face legal action as well as punishment, including jail time, garnishment of wages, etc.
We understand that all cases are different, which is why we encourage you to call Raggio & Raggio, PLLC today to learn more about how we can assist you with your support and custody issues.
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We invite you to contact Raggio & Raggio, PLLC at (214) 880-7500 today to schedule a confidential consultation with our Dallas contempt of court lawyers regarding your custody or support matter. Our law office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening and weekend appointments can be arranged upon request.