Temporary Orders

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What are temporary orders?

Temporary orders are either agreed or created by a judge after a hearing. In addition to the standing orders, temporary orders are the rules for the parties during the pendency of the divorce or custody case. They usually include financial guidelines and orders regarding possession and access to the children (visitation).

Why do I need temporary orders?

How do I get temporary orders in my case?

Can the temporary orders be modified if circumstances change?

When do temporary orders expire?