Temporary Orders Can Help You With Moving Forward
Civil lawsuits can take months or years, but if you’re divorcing and you need a decision from a judge about who gets and supervises the kids, the car, the bank accounts, and the house while the divorce is ongoing – or if you need cash for support right now – you need a temporary order. Speak at once with our experienced Orange County temporary orders attorney, David P. Schwarz, whether you’ve started the divorce process or if you simply need advice to help you plan for the future. Temporary family law court orders can include a child custody order, a child support court order, or any temporary family law court order that the court deems necessary or appropriate.
The Quick Resolutions You Need
When couples begin a California divorce procedure, important matters like child custody are often temporarily resolved at a short hearing in family court. Spouses can ask a court for a temporary court order for custody, for a temporary court order for child support, or for a temporary family court order of protection. Temporary family court orders usually remain in effect until the spouses arrive at their own settlement or the family court orders a settlement. If you and your spouse can’t agree on temporary arrangements, go to the family courts right away and resolve any critical issues with the help of the Law Office of David P. Schwarz.
The Solutions That Are Right For You
Attorney Schwarz understands that each family – and each divorce – is unique and that every case is different. If you are divorcing, anticipating a divorce, or dealing with any matter of family law, let an experienced Orange County temporary orders attorney work on your behalf for the divorce-related legal agreements and resolutions that are in your best interests. To learn more about how our firm can help you with any matter of family law, complete the contact form on this website or call the Law Office of David P. Schwarz promptly at 949-296-4119.