Louisiana Judgment on Rule for Contempt for Nonpayment of Child Support

Louisiana Judgment on Rule for Contempt for Nonpayment of Child Support
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This is an example of a judgment on a rule for contempt, in which the court finds in favor of the mover and against the respondent. The respondent is held in contempt for non-payment of child support and sentenced to a jail term, but the sentence is suspended contingent on his continued compliance with the judgment. The court orders that the arrearage for child support be made executory, and orders the respondent to continue to pay the full amount of regular monthly support payments, along with an additional amount per month toward the arrearage until all arrearages are paid. An Immediate Income Assignment Order is entered against the respondent to provide for the payments. Finally, the respondent is ordered to pay all costs of court.

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