Appeal Court Underlines Courts’ Discretion Not To Make Contempt Findings

Ron Shulman in The Lawyer’s Daily

November 25, 2019

Courts should not rush headlong toward a contempt finding in every case and it should not be resorted to routinely as a means of enforcing orders. Family lawyer Ron Shulman weighs in on a complex case involving a contempt order, and what courts must consider before making such a significant order. 

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