I have a situation where the family court issued a child pickup order on April 12th in which the hearing was on April 26th the other party which is my ex wife got a temporary injunction April 25th from domestic violence court on behalf of our daughter (same) who is mentioned in the pickup order. The injunction is against my wife.
Your recitation of the facts is jumbled and confusing.
Please re-state the facts in a clear and coherent manner.
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Yes, if the judge feels that a temporary injunction is appropriate and necessary to protect the child, then he could also issue a pickup order for the child. Depending upon what parental responsibility (custody) and timesharing that was previously ordered by the court, the court could address these issues on a temporary basis until a hearing on entry of a permeant injunction for protection.
You should retain legal counsel to assist you in addressing the allegations contained in the petition that caused the judge to issue a temporary injunction. You can find highly qualified family law attorneys using the Find a Lawyer tool on Avvo's website.
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I am not clear on the exact question, however , DV injunctions could potentially have serious consequences. Best to hire an attorney her in Broward area. There are good DV lawyers here.
It may be the DV judge was not fully informed of the earlier proceeding.
Bottom line, you got a legal firefight beginning to blaze. Hire counsel today if you do not already have counsel..
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