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Stewart Sutton
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I have been practicing law in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and California for over 30 years. I am a general practitioner, who helps individuals, families, employees, entrepreneurs, and small businesses solve their ordinary and sometimes extraordinary legal problems.
I have been practicing law in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and California for over 30 years. I am a general practitioner, who helps individuals, families, employees, entrepreneurs, and small businesses solve their ordinary and sometimes extraordinary legal problems.

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In divorce cases, it is typical that the judgment of divorce requires a party to take some action, such as transferring a portion of a retirement account to the other party.   If the ex-spouse refuses to transfer the property pursuant to the judgment, there are at least 3 ways to enforce the judgment.   First, the other party may file a contempt action to compel the breaching party to comply with the judgment.  Secondly, the other party may file a petition for the court to appoint a third-party to execute the documents necessary to effectuate the transfer.  See Maryland Rule 2-648(a).  Thirdly, the court may enter a monetary judgment against the breaching party.  Id.
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