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Orlando Violations of Orders Lawyer

Obtaining the Financial Support You Deserve

Every component of a divorce agreement is subject to enforcement. If you believe that the child support or alimony orders outlined in your divorce agreement are being violated, it is best to seek the assistance of an experienced and knowledgeable divorce lawyer. At The Law Office of Charles E. Gordon, I will work aggressively on the behalf of you and your case in an effort to get you the compensation you need and deserve.

Is it becoming difficult to financially support your child due to a violation of your divorce decree? Call my Florida office or contact me so that together we can discuss what options you have going forward.

Committed to Securing Your Rights

My clients come to me for my experience in the following areas:

  • Child support enforcement
  • Alimony/spousal support enforcement
  • Parenting plan/time-share enforcement

The law states that a child has the right to financial support from both parents until he or she are 18 years of age, or until they have graduated or made a reasonable effort to graduate from high-school. If a parent is found to be in violation of his or her financial obligation, that parent could face penalties such as the suspension of his or her driver's license, wage garnishments or even incarceration.

At The Law Office of Charles E. Gordon, I have the knowledge and skill necessary to provide you with the effective legal representation you need. Your needs are my top priority, and I will work endlessly to ensure they are met.

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Call 800-219-4585 or contact an Orlando violations of orders attorney to speak with a knowledgeable professional about your needs and options.

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