Category Archives: Temporary Orders
What is a Standing Temporary Order?
In the majority of jurisdictions in Florida, courts have implemented a general standing temporary order that is applied to ongoing divorce cases. For example, in Orange County and Osceola County the following Standing Temporary Administrative Order No. 2004-05-03 is used. Certainly divorce is a highly emotional and complicated time in any person’s life. The… Read More »
Temporary Orders in Divorce Cases
Divorce cases can take months or years to be finalized in court, and unfortunately there are more immediate short-term decisions that must be figured out before the process is finished. As a result, a family law judge has the power to adjudicate these decisions in the form of temporary orders that last for the… Read More »