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Enforcing Family Law Orders

Enforce Your Family Law Orders

Raising children is expensive. Very few people can afford to provide for their children unless both parents contribute financially. Unfortunately, some parents shirk their duties and fail to pay child support or alimony.

Child support and spousal support are court-ordered judgments. This means you are legally entitled to these payments. Unfortunately, enforcing these judgments can be a challenge. We will help you get the money you are entitled to.

Located in San Diego, the Law Office of Bryan M. Grundon helps men and women throughout Southern California enforce their family support orders.


Many people turn to the Department of Child Support Services (DCSS) for help enforcing their family support orders. While the DCSS does provide no-cost collection help, it is overwhelmed with these types of requests. Getting help from the government may take months — time you don’t have.

Hiring a private collection attorney is the fastest, most efficient way to collect what you are owed.

Bryan Grundon is a skilled debt collection lawyer. He will investigate your ex’s sources of income and assets, then develop an aggressive collection plan that gets you the child support and alimony payments you are owed. Collection strategies include:

  • Having money garnished, or deducted, directly from your ex’s wages
  • If your ex does not earn traditional wages, we will attach a lien to all his/her other sources of income, such as royalties, rents and commissions
  • Attach a lien to all real estate and personal property, then sell, or levy, that property and keep the proceeds
  • If your ex owns a business, we will install a keeper and collect business proceeds directly from customers


Living without the child support and alimony payments you are entitled to can be a struggle. Don’t struggle another day. Start collection proceedings and get the money you are owed. Call 858-705-0346 or fill the form out below to get started.

This law firm is a debt collector. Any information obtained will be used for that purpose.