(DVRO)Today was temporarily Restraining order hearing and I did against him but my lawyer and his lawyer wanted to continue. It delayed to 3month later.
Til that time, judge said father can meet every 3rd day. so from today, he can ask any day? or from today after 3rd day he can meet? I mean can he start to meet after 3days from today or can he meet any time and is that result every 3rd day for 2h is generous result from judge or not?
Speak to your attorney about the particular orders and ask for a copy of the TRO.
You have a lawyer and your lawyer is the best person to explain to you what the orders are and what they mean. We cannot tell you online without viewing your exact orders from the court.
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If you have an attorney, your attorney should be answering your question. It sounds like the judge meant every 3rd day starting yesterday (so the 3rd day would be tomorrow, Thursday; the next would be Sunday; and so on). If you want some guidance on whether what the judge ordered was "generous" or reasonable, Google "Orange County Parenting Guidelines" which is a manual that the O.C. Superior Court created which a lot of judges use as a reference when making orders for children from 0 to 2+ years of age.
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Why would you ask a stranger to the proceedings when you have a lawyer who was right there and would be able to deal with any ambiguity or oversight?
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