The most frequent types of complaints we receive from clients are issues of non-compliance. Filing for contempt of court is a common approach when dealing with non-compliance; however, this leads to rising tensions that make dealing with future issues and co-parenting difficult.
In today’s episode, Halleh Omidi, a family lawyer from Denver, discusses options to enforce court orders without filing for contempt of court. Halleh is a highly experienced family law attorney at Hogan Omidi, PC whose deals with divorce and child custody. We learn about options such as a motion to enforce parenting time, asking the court to enter a judgment for child support, the Rule 70 motion to enforce a judgment, and more.
We also discuss finance-related issues such as enforcing child support and maintenance, including recuperating expenses incurred for the aggrieved party. She also unpacks the complexity of the various processes and provides practical examples. Tune in now to hear how to resolve issues of non-compliance effectively with expert Halleh Omidi!
Key Points From This Episode:
An explanation of the motion to enforce parenting time and what is required.Outline of the process involved with a motion to enforce parenting. Other various remedies that can be used by the court.Why the wording and specifications within parenting plans are essential.Halleh’s opinion on the strategic value of modifying the parenting plan.Alternative approaches to enforce child support and maintenance.What happens with the interest rate of outstanding child support and maintenance. How to leverage property to enforce child support and maintenance. Motion to enforce parenting time versus contempt of court. The importance of having a clean record when dealing legally with family issues.The nuance when determining the financial implications of non-compliance.Advice that Halleh shares with her clients before court proceedings.Motion to enforce separation agreement versus filing for contempt of court.Common issues regarding payment of child support and maintenance. What Rule 70 is, and the reasons why a broad enforcement motion exists. She walks us through the process of requesting a status conference.
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What is Divorce at Altitude?
Ryan Kalamaya and Amy Goscha provide tips and recommendations on issues related to divorce, separation, and co-parenting in Colorado. Ryan and Amy are the founding partners of an innovative and ambitious law firm, Kalamaya | Goscha, that pushes the boundaries to discover new frontiers in family law, personal injuries, and criminal defense in Colorado.
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