There are many crisis situations that can come up during a divorce or in relation to other family law matters. At Lasiter & Jackson, our experience with the Maricopa County and Pinal County area family courts enables us to provide reliable advice and swift intervention in emergency situations of all kinds, from determining temporary spousal maintenance to protecting your child through emergency child custody orders.
Our experienced family law attorneys can help you through the obstacles of a lengthy divorce, paternity hearing or child custody dispute.
Temporary Court Orders During A Divorce
Even uncontested divorces can take many months to finalize. Yet, during divorce proceedings, you may wonder: Where will the children live? Who gets to stay in the family home? How will we pay the bills? We will help you answer these questions.
Many divorcing spouses file petitions for temporary orders with the court at the same time or after they file their divorce petition. Temporary orders can include orders for:
- Child custody
- Parenting time (visitation)
- Temporary child support
- Temporary spousal maintenance/alimony
- Payment of community debts
- Exclusive use of a home or vehicle
- Protection of community assets
The court can also order temporary child custody and child support during paternity hearings. Temporary orders remain in place until your divorce or child custody case reaches a final resolution.
Emergency Court Orders
During crisis situations, it might be necessary to obtain an immediate order to protect your children. When a child has been kidnapped or there has been other custodial interference (such as parental relocation), our family law attorneys help parents obtain emergency child custody orders.
We also assist clients who need emergency court orders for situations such as:
- Registering a child in school
- Authorizing emergency medical treatment
- Protecting against domestic violence
- And more
When You Need Immediate Legal Help, Call Us
Because our lawyers have concentrated solely on Arizona family law for more than 10 years, we do not need to spend much time figuring out the legal strengths and weaknesses of your case. We are ready to go to court for you and protect your interests today.
To speak with an attorney about your emergency child custody order or other temporary or emergency order, contact us. Call 602-234-5900 or fill out our online form to schedule a consultation.