We Begin Protecting The Rights Of Clients Immediately
The final court order is just one component of a contested divorce or child custody dispute. Throughout your proceedings, you will need to protect your legal and financial interests. Nowhere is this more true than in temporary custody and support orders.
What Are Temporary Orders?
A judge issues temporary support orders regarding alimony, child support and custody that last while the divorce is ongoing. Temporary orders are intended to provide financial stability to parties to the divorce, and emotional stability for minor children, until the divorce is final. For example, a judge may issue temporary alimony to a spouse who has worked at the home for several years, and order the parent who does not have primary physical custody to pay child support.
We Protect Your Rights Throughout Your Case
Attorney Tamar Faulhaber has been protecting clients in divorce and child custody disputes for over 20 years. She understands the importance of temporary orders. Temporary orders are the beginning of the case you will make to establish a more permanent child custody or spousal support order.
As such, it is vital that you present evidence to the court in a clear and persuasive manner. It is also important that you raise any issues regarding child support and spousal support as soon as possible. In addition, if domestic violence is involved, a temporary order can keep the children in a safe environment while the court considers what is in the best interests of the children.
We Keep You Informed
At Faulhaber Family Law, LLC, we keep clients informed of their rights and the legal process. We tailor our representation to your individual circumstances. That means whether you need to fight vigorously to keep your children during the divorce, or just want to provide a stable environment for your children during a transitional period, our lawyers will work with you to reach your goals. Call us at 678-436-5126 to schedule your initial consultation at our Alpharetta, Georgia, office or fill out this brief intake form and we will respond promptly.