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Houston Temporary Orders Lawyers

The period of time after a petition for divorce or another family law matter is filled with change and uncertainty. Emergency and temporary orders are powerful tools to help you ensure that your emotional and physical safety and financial security is protected until permanent orders are issued. If you are seeking a temporary or emergency order, it is important to have an attorney on your side who can respond to your needs quickly and effectively.

At Short Carter Morris, LLP, we have the resources and experience to immediately seek emergency or temporary orders for our clients throughout the state of Texas. Our board-certified family law lawyers are committed to helping you protect yourself and your children. For immediate assistance with your most pressing family law needs, call us at 713-626-3345.

Southeast Texas Emergency Orders Attorneys

During a family law proceeding, parties may do things to hurt each other such as restricting the other person's access to the children, incurring unnecessary debt on joint credit cards or disposing of assets. Temporary and emergency orders provide important protections for clients who are going through a divorce or other family law matter.

A temporary order establishes guidelines that both parties must abide by while your case is pending. Our Houston temporary orders attorneys will help you seek a temporary order that protects your rights and gives you peace of mind during your family law proceedings. Your temporary order may include guidelines on the following matters:

If your spouse has abused you or your children, we can help you seek an emergency order to protect you from domestic violence. You also may be able to file an emergency order to obtain emergency custody of your children if their well-being is at stake.

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To learn more about temporary and emergency orders, contact us online or call the firm at 713-626-3345.

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