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Judgement in a Family Court Case

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In a Judgement in a Family Court Case does SCRCP Form 4F have to be signed by the Family Court Judge for the Temporary Order to be in effect.

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No.

Coversheets are usually required by the Clerk's office for filing purposes. I don't think a 4F is used for a temporary order -normally that would be the motion and order information form coversheet.

But regardless, a coversheet is not required for an order to be in effect. The part signed by the judge is all that is required.

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If you have an order signed by a judge and file-stamped by the clerk of court in your matter, then it is more than likely a valid enforceable order, which each party would need to abide by.

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