If the other parent is not fulfilling their end of the custody or support order, you may need to enlist the court's assistance to make them comply. The information on this page will help you learn how to do this.
There are various ways that a SAPCR can be enforced. These include civil and criminal contempt, wage garnishment, placing liens on property, suspension of state licenses, and more. Because there are so many ways to enforce these obligations, it is best to consult with an attorney or a family law practice guide for more information about your options.
If the other parent isn't honoring the visitation agreement or order, you may need to ask the court to enforce the order.
If the other parent isn't paying child support as ordered by the court, you can ask the Office of the Attorney General to step in to enforce the order.
If you need more information or advice about enforcing a child support or custody order, the following organizations may be able to help: