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PRE-DECREE TEMPORARY ORDERS
If you want to proceed without notice, use the Emergency Orders forms only if     you meet the criteria
In all other situations, use the regular Temporary Orders with Notice forms
Pre-Decree Temporary Orders (With Notice to Other Party):
Step 1 of 2:
  • Completing and Filing the Court Papers - General information and/or court forms and instructions about filing for temporary orders for child support, Legal Decision Making (Custody), and/or parenting time ("visitation"), and/or in divorce, legal separation or annulment cases, for spousal maintenance , property/debt division, access to cash and cash accounts , and/or award of attorney fees.
Step 2 of 2:
  • Service of the Papers - General information and/or court forms and instructions about serving court papers on the other party when he/she lives in the State of Arizona; serving court papers on the other party when he/she lives in the United States, but not in the State of Arizona and serving court papers on the other party when you do not know where he/she lives.
Temporary Orders Without Notice (Emergency) Orders:
Step 1 of 2:
Step 2 of 2:
  • Service of the Papers - General information and/or court forms and instructions about serving court papers on the other party when he/she lives in the State of Arizona; serving court papers on the other party when he/she lives in the United States, but not in the State of Arizona and serving court papers on the other party when you do not know where he/she lives.
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