Temporary Orders

Temporary Orders

Posted By Robert Kovacs || 11-Jun-2014

Temporary Orders:

Many people want to know that they will be physically safe and also continue to live in similar financial means during the pendency of a divorce. Here at the Law Office of Robert W. Kovacs, Jr., we can help! It can take months or maybe even a year to reach a final decision in your case, and you may need some kind of order put in place immediately. We can make a motion to the court for temporary orders in this situation.

A motion for temporary orders is exactly what it sounds like; it asks the court to make a temporary determination in your case and that decision can be present until a new order is made or until the divorce is finalized.

Many times, these orders are for the benefit of any children of the marriage such as motions for child support, to have a guardian ad litem appointed, making a parenting plan/schedule, or custody. However, these motions can be for spousal support (alimony) or lawyer's fees. These motions can also involve criminal implications such as temporary restraining orders. Here, the spouse must be in fear of imminent harm.

This is just a brief outline of some of the services we offer when going through such a trying time. At this office, we will aggressively and passionately fight to protect tour interests. Call Attorney Nick Carbone at our office today!

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