Preparing for a Temporary Order Hearing in Texas Dallas Attorney Eric Engel
In Texas, what do you need to do to prepare for a temporary order hearing? Hi. I’m Eric Engel, a Dallas divorce lawyer with the Engel Law Group here in the DallasFort Worth metro area. A temporary order hearing is a hearing in which the court sets the ground rules for who gets what property, what debts get paid, who gets custody of the children, and how much child support if any gets paid while the divorce is going through the court system. In Texas, there are four things you need to do to prepare for your temporary order hearing. One: Texas is a conservative state, so you need to be conservatively dressed. This means that if you are a man, you should be wearing a suit and you should be cleanly shaven. If.
You are a woman, you should be wearing a long dress or a professional business suit. Two: you need to arrive to court on time. You don’t want to be late when it comes to deciding whether or not you’re going to be able to keep custody of your kids. Three: you want to make sure that you’re friendly towards the other and you’re friendly towards the court staff. If you’re rude to the court staff, this has a way of getting back to the judge who won’t take it kindly and may actually make you pay more money or take away custody of your children. Four: you want to make sure that you deliver all the papers to the other side into the court in a timely manner. Why am I telling you this? I’m telling you this.
Because you’ve just been served with papers for a temporary order hearing or you’re preparing for a temporary order hearing yourself in the state of Texas. These are the sort of problems we deal with every day. If you find yourself in this situation, pick up the phone and give us a call. I’m Eric Engel, thanks for watching my tutorial.
What Is An Emergency Child Custody Temporary Order
Amanda Szpakowski: My name is Amanda Szpakowski. I am the Family Law legal assistant here at the Bornmann Law Group. I specialize in anything family lawrelated; custody, visitation, father’s rights, anything family law. Is what we could put in place called Emergency Temporary Orders. And basically what that is, is if there’s a situation where a parent is not being able to see the minor child, or the minor child is in a dangerous situation that could compromise his safety, we could ask for an Emergency Temporary Orders hearing. This could be with or without the other party’s notice, depending on the seriousness of the matter. And this would ask for a very quick hearing in front of the judge to either get parent time with the minor child,.
Or get the child out of the situation that is dangerous for him. Any type of situation like that, we can ask for Emergency Temporary Orders.