The filing of divorce papers often triggers extreme emotions in both men and women. These emotions will sometimes cause people to make decisions and act in ways that might make matters worse.
The filing of divorce papers triggers the court’s “Standing Order” which concerns the conduct of the parties during the duration of the proceedings. It is very important for your case that you remain compliant with the court’s order. Failure to do so can result in court actions taken against you.
Collin County Standing Order Regarding Children, Property, and Conduct of the Parties
Dallas County Standing Order Regarding Children, Pets, Property, and Conduct of the Parties
Denton County Standing Order Regarding Children, Property and Conduct of the Parties
Tarrant County does not have a Standing Order but Temporary Restraining Orders filed by one of the parties can have the same effect.
In addition to Standing Orders, many other issues will come up in your divorce that most people are unaware of. Attorney Vince Handler will help you each step of the way so you don’t run into any pitfalls. Contact us today.
Divorce Waiting Period
Domestic Violence Restraining Order