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Temporary Orders

Ending a marriage is a process. It takes time for spouses to negotiate divorce terms. It takes time for issues to go before a judge when the parties cannot agree. And it takes time to move your matter through the proper legal channels. However, if you are facing divorce, there are a lot of issues that need immediate attention. Who has temporary custody of the children until a final custody order is granted? Who lives in the house while the divorce is in process? What if one spouse wasn’t working and now has no income — can he or she receive temporary alimony?

These are all valid concerns, and you deserve to have these issues addressed right away. That’s where the lawyers at Daniels & Rothman can help.

Some Divorce Issues Cannot Wait For The Final Order

We know that some issues in divorce cannot wait. When you hire our Georgia law firm, we will take immediate action to help you secure any necessary temporary orders. These may include:

  • Temporary child custody
  • Temporary child support
  • Temporary alimony
  • Temporary property possession (e.g., car and house)
  • Temporary orders for who pays debt/bills
  • Funds to pay attorneys’ fees

Our family law practice is led by attorney Gregory Daniels. Mr. Daniels has nearly 25 years of legal experience and has helped hundreds of clients navigate the divorce process. At your first meeting with our firm, we will explain the process to secure these temporary orders. Hearings for temporary orders can be granted quickly, sometimes in as little as two weeks, so it is important that we take prompt action to secure evidence to support your position. Regardless of your specific circumstances, we will advise you on what documents and information to collect and inform you of important deadlines.

Contact Our Athens Lawyers For Temporary Orders

While a temporary order is not a permanent order, it is possible for the court to take the effectiveness of temporary orders into consideration when determining final orders. It is therefore important for us to get started on your temporary order strategy as soon as possible.

Whether you are planning on filing for divorce, or if your spouse has already done so, we can help. Contact us today at 706-621-5166 for a free consultation and learn how our firm can protect your best interests.

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