Temporary Orders

If contested, an average US divorce can draw out to more than 12-months before its completion. Arizona State subscribes to Temporary Orders which can be made by the court and clearly recognize each of the parties’ privileges and accountability during the continuance of separation and/ or a suit to prove parenthood. Temporary Orders made in Arizona may deal with several issues, for example child custody, allotted time and visitation rights, child maintenance, ailment etc.

As well as the Temporary Order in situ, a Preliminary Injunction is consequently put into force. This occurs when the petition of divorce is filed. The Preliminary Injunction becomes effective upon the other party after the petition is served.

A Preliminary Injunction is a compelling Order which ensures the parties do not attempt to do certain things during the abeyance of the divorce. The most important prohibitions are:

  1. Disallows either party from transferring, placing a lean upon, obscuring, selling or otherwise removing jointly held property.
  2. Disallows either party from taking any children of the union out of State whilst the divorce is still pending.

For expert advice on Temporary Orders or any family court issue call the Cantor Law Group in Phoenix, Arizona today or get in touch via the website and schedule a free consultation with one of the Cantor Law Group’s experienced attorneys. Cantor Law Group has acquired a reputation for excellent practice gained through our years in service to the people of Phoenix and the surrounding areas.

Cantor Law Group lawyers possess very many years of legal experience and are eminently qualified to assist you in any family court matter. Cantor Law Group is renowned for excellent practice in the field of family law. When your personal and financial future is in jeopardy it is crucial to have an assertive and hard-hitting counsel on your side and that is exactly what you do get with the Cantor Law Group.

As members of Arizona’s legal bar you can be sure to receive the finest representation in all matters of family law. Should you require to have Temporary Orders put in place for your impending divorce, contact a Phoenix Arizona divorce attorney at the Cantor Law Group by calling (602) 254-8880.

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