Violation of court order


#1

I think that this would depend on what the court order was originally for. If he was court ordered not to drink alcolhol while in the chidl(children) were present but did anyway then it would have little or no affect on ED. Why he violated the order may have an affect also.
If he were court ordered not to drink alcolhol at all…I’d be interested to know why and how you could prove it…

What happens when you violate a court order, I believe has to do more with the order itself. A restraining order would have more consequence for violating than a court order to not have an overnight guest in the presence of children. Restraining order would have possible criminal charges attached to the violation of it whereas a order about overnight guests only has moral implications. I’m stating agreement with this, only stating what I believe to be true.


#2

Order is no alcohol whatsoever…meaning NONE. Have pics of drinking alcohol. Judge was very specific and clear about this. None meaning none. Has charges involving alcohol and accident that are unresolved and this was to prove himself ( I assume)


#3

If he violated the court order the other party can file a motion for order to show cause and ask the judge to hold him in contempt of court. The contempt penalties vary based on the offense but often include monetary fines and can include jail time.

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#4

I am confused as to what happens when you violate a court order. My stbx violated an order not to consume alcohol. Unsure of what this will mean for me…I believe it has to do with child custody, but could it also go over into separation of property, etc. He owns a business and is able to hide alot of income, which has been an issue.