What happens when a person directly d...

What happens when a person directly defies a court order?

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discourraged

United States

#1 Jul 13, 2011
When the judge lays down an order for you to follow, and you do the opposite, are you accountable?

“Packers rules”

Since: Mar 09

Packers land

#2 Jul 13, 2011
discourraged wrote:
When the judge lays down an order for you to follow, and you do the opposite, are you accountable?
Yes!
discourraged

United States

#3 Jul 14, 2011
Well that's how it should be. I wonder why some people can get away with this, and not others.
Guest

Chicago, IL

#4 Jul 16, 2011
CONTEMPT of COURT
Albert

New York, NY

#5 Jul 16, 2011
Many individuals think that laws apply to everyone but them, especially women. They routinely defy visitation orders, but want their ex-husbands or boyfriends thrown in jail when child support isn't paid the second it's due. Then when these same women finally collect the money, they spend it on themselves instead of on the children who they claim to be so concerned about. but yet everyone is supposed to shed tears for single mothers. Many single mothers are single by THEIR own choice.
Guest

Chicago, IL

#6 Jul 18, 2011
Albert wrote:
Many individuals think that laws apply to everyone but them, especially women. They routinely defy visitation orders, but want their ex-husbands or boyfriends thrown in jail when child support isn't paid the second it's due. Then when these same women finally collect the money, they spend it on themselves instead of on the children who they claim to be so concerned about. but yet everyone is supposed to shed tears for single mothers. Many
single mothers are single by THEIR own
choice.
yes u r soo right and if the shoe was on the other foot the judge would order visitation with no support at all at the fathers expense or order the mother to pay some rediculous amount like $5 a week that she won't pay!!!! And then while she has ur child for visitation she will call u if ur baby girl needs a new bra because hers broke cause she can't afford one!!!!!!!!!!
Guest

Chicago, IL

#7 Jul 18, 2011
Albert wrote:
Many individuals think that laws apply to everyone but them, especially women. They routinely defy visitation orders, but want their ex-husbands or boyfriends thrown in jail when child support isn't paid the second it's due. Then when these same women finally collect the money, they spend it on themselves instead of on the children who they claim to be so concerned about. but yet everyone is supposed to shed tears for single mothers. Many
single mothers are single by THEIR own
choice.
my tears are shed for theese innocent children that are caught in the middle!!
discourraged

United States

#8 Jul 20, 2011
I sued someone who owed me for a loan I gave them in writing. I won and the court placed a judgement on them. They refuse to pay and it's been 3 years.
Guest

Chicago, IL

#9 Jul 20, 2011
discourraged wrote:
I sued someone who owed me for a loan I gave them in writing. I won and the court placed a judgement on them. They refuse to pay and it's been 3 years.
u will have to ask the court to take action against them!! Like garnishment or something!! If they don't work ur pretty much screwed but u could check with the court and see what ur options are!!
Guest

United States

#10 Nov 16, 2012
What if a court says a child is to go to their fathers house but the child is 15 and doesn't want to what will happen to the mother
john sadowski

Rock Falls, IL

#11 Mar 1, 2014
my wife filed suit against a woman who borrowed $40,000 from her under their verbal agreement that when she got her supposed settlement she would pay the money back, we finally had to take her to court and after 4 times being ordered by a judge to pay the money back $50.00 a month which will take over 40 years to payback and we both will be dead and buried, she still has not made a single payment, yet this judge just slaps her wrist and lets her go time after time, what would be our next step to recover the money? The case has been going on for four years now.
Linda

Andrews, IN

#12 Mar 2, 2014
the mother better make her 15 year old go or she'll be charged with contempt of court and go to jail.
Itsme

Dallas, TX

#13 Feb 7, 2017
Linda wrote:
the mother better make her 15 year old go or she'll be charged with contempt of court and go to jail.
go back to court and have the 15 yr old decide where he or she wants to live.

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