Failure to comply with an order, from a North Carolina court, may result in legal issues for civil contempt or even criminal contempt. A person found in contempt can face serious consequences to force compliance, even jail time. Civil contempt applies to family court orders including divorce, child custody, alimony, equitable distribution. If you find yourself in the midst of contempt proceedings following a North Carolina divorce, let the Charlotte contempt attorneys at Powers Law Firm PA be your voice in court, standing up for your rights and looking after your best interests.
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