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Can I Get Temporary Orders During the Divorce Process in Arizona?
Your Arizona Divorce Attorney can assist you to obtain a temporary order from the court during the process of divorce.
During the process of divorce, temporary orders are sometimes desired regarding spousal maintenance, child custody, order not to sell valuable assets, exchange possession of a family asset, restrain one spouse from contacting the other, order one spouse to move out of a home, attorney fees, and more. Seeking the guidance of an Arizona divorce attorney will be one’s best hope of having the court’s approval of any of these types of orders.
In order to obtain the court order, one must first fill out an Order to Show Cause to request the desired order from the court, followed by a written supporting declaration spelling out the legal reasons that the order is needed. These court hearings typically only take about 20 minutes.
About The Sampair Group
The Sampair Group serves the immediate Glendale and Peoria areas as well as clients from around the Phoenix metropolitan areas with services in family law including divorce, orders of protection, child custody, child support, spousal support, parenting time, and paternity. Patrick Sampair has helped thousands of Arizona families through the emotionally stress that family law cases can evoke. To learn more about The Sampair Group, please visit http://www.sampair.com