Temporary Custody Orders


In many cases, both legal decision-making (custody) and divorce, it is necessary to get emergency or temporary orders from the court. Arizona statues allow for temporary orders on the following issues:

  • Legal decision-making (Custody)
  • Parenting Time
  • Child Support
  • Spousal Maintenance
  • Attorney’s Fees
  • Expert Witness Fees
  • Exclusive Use of a Residence
  • Distribution of Liquid Assets
  • Debt Maintenance

There are various documents and items that need to be filed under Arizona statutes and Rules, in order to obtain temporary orders. Arizona family courts are very busy as this process can be confusing and frustrating.

It is not uncommon that some cases will not receive a hearing in front of the assigned Judge for several months. Rose Law Group pc’s Family Law Attorneys can assist you in expediting temporary orders to the fullest extent possible, so that you have sufficient orders to allow you to live while your case is settled or litigated.

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