League City Temporary Order Attorneys

Galveston and Friendswood Temporary Orders Lawyer

Visitation • Child Support

Since divorce takes time, but family needs continue regardless of the months that are needed to attain a final divorce decree, many couples find themselves in need of temporary orders regarding support and custody.

Temporary Orders Regarding Custody, Child Support, Child Custody, Spousal Support

Contact the APFFEL LAW FIRM today to schedule a free initial consultation regarding temporary agreements that will allow for a reasonable and orderly transition from a "married" to a "divorced" lifestyle. One spouse or the other may need to sell property -- or to prevent the other spouse from selling property. Money earned from the selling of property may need to be put into an escrow account until the divorce is finalized to ensure an equitable property distribution. Child custody, visitation, child support, and spousal support orders often need to be spelled out for the time period until a divorce decree becomes final. Temporary orders are designed to maintain the status quo during the pendency of the divorce action.

The Texas Family Code and Temporary Restraining Orders

The Texas Family Code provides useful guidance on standard temporary orders including temporary restraining orders. In-depth consultation with Pearland and League City temporary custody lawyer "Trey" Apffel is a first step toward achieving your goals prior to your final divorce hearing.

Contact a Friendswood visitation attorney to schedule a free initial consultation regarding temporary orders which may be applicable to your family situation as you move toward divorce. Our Galveston County family law firm represents clients in Friendswood, League City, Alvin, Webster, Clear Lake City, and other communities throughout Texas.