Written by attorney Peter Christopher Lomtevas | May 12, 2014

The Temporary Order Fake Out

You are in the respondent's seat in family or divorce court. You hear the adversary ask the judge for a "temporary" order for something. Your attorney is blindsided by this request or perhaps you are blindsided. The judge adopts the request and grants an order. Gotcha!

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