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Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce, Custody and Family Law Cases

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Shortly following a petition for dissolution of marriage or in a suit affecting the parent-child relationshp in Texas, the court holds a Temporary Orders hearing to generally determine who will live where and who will pay for what during the period the divorce case preceeds and until it is final. 

In Dallas, Collin and Denton Counties in Texas, each have their own rules regarding Temporary Orders hearings and how much time the parties have to present their arguments before the judge makes a ruling and issues the Temporary Orders, which the parties must follow or risk being held in contempt of court. 

Please visit the Scroggins Family Law website to read more about what Mark Scroggins explains in this short podcast in the blog article titled, Temporary Orders in Texas Divorce and Family Law.

Mark L. Scroggins is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Call Scroggins Family Law in Dallas, Texas for more information about Temporary Orders hearings, divorce, child custody and other family law topics by dialing (214) 469-3100.