Mesa Arizona Child Support and Contempt Attorneys

When facing a contempt hearing for the non-payment of child support, both sides will need to be well prepared. If the hearing goes badly, it could see the person being held in contempt and serving jail time. In simple terms, when a court finds you “in contempt,” it means that the court has ordered you to do something (like pay child support), and you have disobeyed the court. Therefore, you are in contempt. With child support issues, a [...]