Emergency or Temporary Hearing
If the case involves minor children or a party who is in need of support during the pendency of the case, the Court can schedule a hearing, upon motion of one of the parties, to decide certain issues on an emergency or temporary basis. If the parties can reach an agreement on such issues, the Court will accept a consent temporary order in lieu of having a hearing. Some standard issues that are addressed at temporary hearings include: custody, child support, visitation, alimony, use of the marital residence, possession and use of vehicles, and attorneys fees for litigation. Failure to comply with a temporary order may have serious adverse affects on the eventual outcome of the case.
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