When two parties reach an agreement in a dissolution action or the court makes an order in a divorce, it is always the hope that each party will follow the terms of the judgment. However, for a variety of reasons that is often not the case. When one party believes that the other has not followed the court’s order, the standard course of action is to file a motion for contempt. A motion for contempt is a serious allegation that could result in the imposition of fines or even prison time. Mike works with clients to enforce the terms of their judgment and also assists clients that need assistance in defending against a motion for contempt.