Temporary Child Custody, Support and Other Orders During Divorce
It can be a long time from the time you decide to end your marriage to the day your divorce decree is official. If you are in the midst of a divorce, however, it is more than likely that you and your spouse do not agree on a number of important issues, including child custody and visitation arrangements, whether child support or alimony should be paid, and who should pay the mortgage and other bills. Your final divorce decree will address these issues, but what do you do now?
At Singer Pistiner, P.C., we can help you get temporary orders put into place until your divorce settlement is final. We routinely help our clients obtain temporary orders on a wide variety of family law issues while we handle their divorce actions.
We will carefully listen to your concerns and help you find solutions for your short and long-term needs. If you have a divorce issue that requires a temporary order from the courts, please contact our office to schedule a free consultation.
Managing Family Problems During Divorce
During a separation, divorcing couples often still need to resolve temporary problems. Unfortunately, depending on the level of stress or animosity, agreement can be hard to achieve. Our lawyers can help you negotiate the terms of temporary orders or seek a temporary order directly from the court for:
- Child custody and visitation arrangements
- Child support
- Payment of the mortgage and household bills
We are always compassionate to you and aggressive in protecting your interests. We will work closely with you, answering every question and addressing every concern, exploring every option available and responding promptly every time you call.
A temporary order holds all parties legally accountable for their actions and can be an invaluable tool for reducing ambiguity about roles and responsibilities while final arrangements are being decided and drafted.
Contact a Lawyer
For a free initial consultation with a divorce attorney from Singer Pistiner, P.C., call 602-910-2642, 623-239-4610 or send us an e-mail.
Our firm advises and represents clients throughout the Phoenix, Arizona, area.