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What is a motion? A motion is a request that the judge enter a court order of some type. For example, your attorney may file a written motion with the court asking for an order related to temporary custody, child support., parenting time, or financial matters, such as payment of bills. Some motions are

What is an ex parte court order? An ex parte court order is obtained by one party going to the judge to ask for something without giving prior notice or an opportunity to be heard by the other side. An ex parte order is generally granted if there is an emergency situation. The judge may

What documents or items should I give my attorney to help prove the history of domestic violence by my spouse? The following may be useful exhibits if your case goes to court: Photographs of injuries Photographs of damaged property Abusive or threatening notes, letters, or e-mails Abusive or threatening voice messages Your journal entries about abuse Police

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