I have had Temporary order since January, My attorney and myself signed them in March. However, my husband and his attorney are refusing to sign the papers. He is in contempt of court and owes me money and isn't doing what was court ordered and I'm wondering if that has anything to do with it?
This is a question for your attorney, who knows the case.
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You need to speak to your attorney who already knows that you can file a Motion to Sign Temporary Orders and have it set for hearing with notice to all. Temporary Orders are in effect when they are made and must be followed. You need to get with your attorney about your legal strategy in your case.
Your attorney needs to file a motion to enter the order. a.k.a. the motion to sign. It is a motion for the Judge to sign the order. Set it to hearing.
Ms. Laster practices in Dalla
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