Key Concept: Court Hearings in Divorce

Contempt of Court Hearing

Contempt of Court

Contempt of Court:  The intentional violation of a judgment, decree or court order by a party that was involved in the actions. Contempt of the courts can carry a fine or imprisonment.

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