Why would the final order be vacated? You may have to establish new temporary orders if the final order is entered and then vacated, but you can request they be the same as the previous temporary orders. If you're asking the court to void the final order, you should also request that the reinstate the temporary orders.
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If I recall your previous post, you think the final order will be void because of jurisdiction and possibly some other reason. I agree with other attorney that if you ask court to vacate final order, also ask court to reinstate temporary orders... if that is what you want.
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It depends. Your question does not tell us enough to understand what is currently happening. If the Final Order is void because the court lacks jurisdiction (as suggested by another answer), the court might lack jurisdiction to enter temporary orders too.
The period of time between "rendering" and "entry" of orders is often a confusing and problematic one. I suggest you hire an attorney in Houston to help you with that. It sounds like you may need some clarity. Good luck..
Once the final order is signed, the temporary orders are no longer in effect, UNLESS the final order specifies otherwise with such standard language as -
Resolution of Temporary Orders
IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that all obligations and duties for temporary child support and temporary cash medical support, and for payment by Respondent of attorney’s fees, imposed by the temporary orders of this Court that are not yet discharged shall survive this judgment, and independent enforcement may be sought.
Additionally, temporary orders usually have the following standard language:
These Temporary Orders shall continue in force until the signing of the final order or until further order of this Court.
Further, how is it determined that the final order is void? Did the court that issued the final order decide that? Did the court of appeals decide that? Or did you decide that?
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