Temporary Orders in Utah Divorce Cases
Ogden Family Law Attorney
In the beginning stages of a divorce there is usually a separation of spouses and the family begins to live as if the divorce was already final, however during this period there is no protection of a divorce decree to ensure that each spouse acts fairly in regards to bill payment and child custody.
The attorneys at Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins have helped many people in these situations protect their rights and ensure they are not hurt during the divorce process through misunderstandings or withholding of funds etc. We take you through the temporary orders process and fight to make sure you have the temporary assistance and child support or other support you need to live comfortably.
Types of Temporary Orders
Motions for temporary orders can be granted in many divorce issues in preparation for a binding divorce decree to ensure that your rights are protected through the divorce process as well as after. Some common types of temporary orders include:
- Temporary custody
- Temporary spousal support
- Temporary property distribution
- Temporary parent time
- Temporary attorneys fees
Temporary orders ensure that through a sometimes lengthy divorce process your rights are protected and provide immediate relief that would not otherwise come until the final divorce decree was issues.
Get Help Today
If you have started the process of divorce make sure you contact a qualified professional like the family law attorneys at Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins. Without a qualified attorney who knows how to protect your rights both during and after the divorce proceeding, you could be missing opportunities to help protect your family from the financial consequences of divorce.
Call the family law attorneys Arnold, Wadsworth & Coggins today to speak to one of our understanding divorce attorneys and ensure your rights and your family are protected. We offer free consultations so that you can sit down with an attorney and decide if we are right for you. Call us at 801-475-0123.