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State Specific Orders for Temporary Custody, Parenting Time/Visitation and Child Support with Filing Instructions

There are several reasons temporary orders may be desired by one or both parties of a divorce or separation. The goal of temporary orders (often referred to or called "pendente lite" orders, which is Latin for "until litigation") is to establish some ground rules, which enhance stability during a separation and especially during the time leading up to a divorce. The divorce process can take several months to complete (sometimes a few years), especially those that are contested, so it is essential that temporary orders are put in place to provide a consistent lifestyle for you and your child(ren).

Temporary orders are easy to establish, recommended by the court, and provide the rights that the parents and the child(ren) both need and deserve. Please keep in mind that temporary orders can cure a current problem as well as prevent one.

A Few Popular Reasons for Temporary Orders

1. You and your spouse have gotten separated and are fulfilling a six month or one year state requirement before being able to file for divorce under no-fault grounds.
2. You and your spouse have separated and both want physical custody of your child(ren).
3. You and your spouse have gotten separated, are not sure if divorce is the final answer, but you want to protect your child's rights regarding custody, visitation, and support.
4. Your spouse has left you with bills, the mortgage, and no money, and you need help from your spouse to support your child(ren).
5. You and your spouse have separated and you are being denied your visitation rights.
6. You and your spouse have separated and you are afraid your spouse will use visitation as revenge or a negotiation tool.
7. You and your spouse have separated and you have great difficulty getting the child(ren) back when they visit the other parent.
8. You and your spouse have separated and you are afraid your spouse is going to run off with your child(ren).
9. Your spouse has promised to send you money each week to help support the child(ren), but the check never shows up or is not for the appropriate amount.
10. Your spouse is threatening to leave the state or your metro area with the child(ren).
State Specific Temporary Orders Software:
Some people choose to have a Lawyer prepare temporary orders for them, but this software will provide you with the instructions and tools to easily draft, execute and file them yourself.

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