Applying for an Interim Order in a Family Law Case

While a family law case is in progress, the parties may need to get an “interim order” to deal with important or urgent issues. Learn the process for Supreme Court.

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People's Law School
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2018
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basics
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interim order, temporary order, court order, Supreme Court, chambers hearing, chambers application, notice of motion, notice of hearing, Dial-A-Law