Kimberly V. Wright
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Family Law Attorney, Kimberly Wright handles each case with her client's best interest in mind.

The divorce process in Texas can be confusing without a qualified divorce attorney. It's important to have a attorney to walk you through the entire process, including the Temporary Orders.

There are important deadlines and requirements in the divorce process in the State of Texas. For instance, there is a 60-day waiting period from the day you file the divorce until the divorce can be finalized. Depending on the specifics of the case, divorces rarely happen in just 60 days. However, having a proficient plan and communicating your expectations with your divorce attorney can help the process go more smoothly.

One of the first parts of the divorce process is the Temporary Orders. Temporary Orders cover matters such as:

  • Who will pay certain bills,
  • Who will take over the assets and debts,
  • Where the children will reside and the custody schedule,
  • Who will pay child support, and
  • If psychological evaluations or home studies are necessary for the benefit of the children.

Call us today at 214-559-7202 or contact us online to learn more about temporary orders and the divorce process.