Is one more severe than the other? Can a Show Cause be requested during a parenting time enforcement hearing? What are the primary factors in each? Are there varying consequences?
Are there dependable recommendations on Ann Arbor area lawyers with proven results? Thank you.
Hi, A show cause is where you are seeking contempt. Enforcement is different. Talk to an attorney for more advice and information. Some of the leading lawyers are in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. The website is AAML.org. There are several Ann Arbor lawyers who are in the Academy. Good luck to you.
Mr. Gornbein correctly points out the difference. However, more likely than not, if this is not an ongoing problem previously brought before the court the judge would warn the offending party and then enter an order of some sort for enforcement, such as make up parenting time.
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