The case was dismissed, but you can file a Motion to Reinstate the case within 30 day of the date of dismissal. The Court may or may not reinstate the case. If it does not, you will have to re-file a new suit and start over.
If the Court does re-instate the case, the temporary orders are not automatically reinstated. You would have to file a new Motion for Temporary Orders, notice the other party or parties, and schedule a hearing on the Motion, just as you did the first time.
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Since the court has dismissed the case, the first order of business is to get the court to reinstate it. Doing that definitely requires the expertise of a lawyer, so I agree with the other responding lawyers that you should promptly consult a local family law specialist for help with this.
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