What happens when you go to the court date for a divorce and the other party still refuses to abide with a motion filed
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A judge will enforce the orders and compel compliance.
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What is the motion for? We would need to know that in order to help and is the case on for trial or an uncontested divorce? If you are without an attorney then you probably should consult one before your court date.
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I am not sure what you are referring to when you say "when you go to the court for a divorce." Are you appearing for a trial, a motion or a conference? If there is a court order that the other side is not following then you should discuss with your attorney filing a motion to enforce. I suggest that you speak to your attorney about your case, and if you do not have an attorney you should at least consult with one as soon as possible.
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