Making court orders work for you.
I can help those that are seeking enforcement and those that are appealing a motion for enforcement.
I will review the existing order and the reason for the claim of a violation. From here, we can determine how to remedy the situation in the quickest way possible.
If you are in violation of a court order, I will work hard to help you understand what your responsibilities are regarding the order. I will help you understand how and why a motion to enforce the order was made. It is also my job to listen to your reasoning for violating the order and explain how the order could have been misunderstood. I will also help you create a plan for fixing the issue so that you can become compliant as quickly as possible.
It is imperative that we get your paperwork completed properly. Ample evidence and specific details must be given in enforcement cases. The rules in Texas for these cases is very specific and precise. Before filing an enforcement motion or appeal, we will go over all of your paperwork detail-by-detail to make sure we haven’t missed anything.
When you work with me on your enforcement case, I will discuss all of the available options with you. From here, we need to file a motion for enforcement. A date to appear in court will be set.
The State of Texas outlines specific actions and behaviors that fall under means for contempt of court violations. We must follow these rules from the beginning of your motion until it is complete.
Many issues of enforcement and compliance are time-sensitive. Call me, Sandra Fuentez of the Fuentez Law, PLLC in Magnolia, Texas at (713) 397-2278 to schedule a time to discuss your motion for enforcement or appeal of motion of enforcement case.
Sandra Fuentez has been successful in catering to my needs and goals regarding matters of family law. She is experienced and methodical. I would recommend Sandra’s services to anyone who is looking to navigate the waters of family law.