Articles Tagged with enforcement of litigants rights

Most times, when courts award alimony and child support the Payors comply with their court ordered support obligations.  In some instances, unfortunately, compliance with such orders wains and the issue of enforcement of court ordered support obligations must be addressed by the Court.  New Jersey Court Rule 1:10-3 provides a vehicle for the Payee to seek enforcement of support orders through an application for the “Enforcement of Litigant’s Rights” and provides a plethora of coercive vehicles to a court to compel compliance with court ordered support obligations.  Clearly the most effective of these coercive vehicles is the ability to incarcerate the payor until compliance in the form of payment is  forth coming. Continue reading ›