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What is contempt of court?
Contempt of court is a type of court order that can punish an individual for disobeying court orders, including a failure to make child support payments. Contempt of court can have serious consequences for the individual found to be in contempt, including serious fines or even jail time. For many ex-spouses, though, this can be a powerful way to ensure you and your child’s rights are protected.