Temporary Orders are helpful during your divorce proceeding in order to obtain intermediate relief regarding important matters affecting your life.
Divorce proceedings can be stressful and it is advisable to ask the Court early on in the proceedings to make temporary orders regarding child support, spousal maintenance, exclusive use of the marital residence, and attorney fees, if applicable.
You also have the option to reach temporary or final agreements with your spouse during your divorce proceedings which can be adopted by the court as an official order.
Emergency Temporary Orders
Requests for emergency orders regarding child custody or property may be immediately granted by the court so long as a circumstance of irreparable injury exists unless the order is granted. The court will set a hearing generally 10 days from the entry of the emergency order to determine whether the emergency orders should be upheld.
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