Though each case is unique and accompanied by its own particular set of facts, all family law cases typically will encounter the same steps; the issuing of Temporary Orders is one of the first of those steps taken.
What are Temporary Orders, you ask? Simply put, Temporary Orders are orders that the Court will sign and bind the parties until the divorce is final. When the parties have a final divorce decree, it will trump and completely wipe out the prior temporary orders.
However, in the meantime, Temporary Orders help the Court ensure that order and civility are maintained while encouraging the safest environment possible as the case continues to be litigated. When it comes to your home and your children, this means that the Court could decide very early on in a case any or all of the following:
If you have been given temporary orders and are ready to know what your next steps should be, contact an experienced attorney today to guide you through the best next steps to take.
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