Once the Massachusetts Probate and Family Court has issued an Order whether Temporary or Final in a case, the parties to the action are bound by its terms. If either party violates the terms of a Family Court Order, they risk being found in contempt of court.
Contempt actions can involve situations such as denial of parenting time, failure to pay child support and/or alimony, or failure to pay a mortgage. This list is far from exhaustive as Family Court Orders can, and typically do, address many family specific issues.
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