yes and please work with a local attorney, take care. Unless a trial is scheduled and no further motions have been ordered.
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How have your temporary orders "expired"? Unless the temporary orders actually provide a deadline, which is uncommon, the temporary orders will usually extend for the duration of the action.
If there is an expiration date, you should certainly go back to the court to continue and/or modify temporary orders. To modify the temporary orders, you will probably need to show that circumstances have changed since the original temporary orders were entered, but whether you will succeed depends a lot upon the facts of your case (facts I do not have).
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