There are many reasons why Temporary Orders would need to be put in place after filing for divorce.
Since just filing for divorce does not automatically put any orders in place regarding children, assets, or property, there is sometimes a need to request temporary orders.
Examples of why temporary orders would be needed during a divorce would be if one spouse takes the children away from the other or if one spouse withholds or takes funds out of a joint bank account. Having your divorce attorney set up a temporary orders hearing can help both spouses get on the same page regarding children, property, and assets during the divorce process.
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