Hillsboro Temporary Orders Attorneys
A divorce in Oregon can sometimes take nine to 12 months to be completed. In the meantime, the cost of raising a child or paying the bills can become overwhelming. Some families need help deciding who will have custody of the children or who will pay the mortgage.
At McNeil & Goldstein, LLC, we can help you pursue a temporary order while your divorce is pending. This can provide you with temporary solutions while we negotiate your divorce settlement. With more than 45 years of combined experience, Hillsboro temporary orders lawyers at our firm have the skill and knowledge to obtain a temporary order in your divorce.
What Is a Temporary Order?
A temporary order can provide immediate solutions to your divorce issues while your divorce is pending. Our attorneys have helped countless clients secure temporary orders, such as:
- Spousal support: One spouse may need help getting back on his or her feet or obtaining the education he or she needs to get back into the workforce. We can help you get a temporary alimony order so you can afford your bills and moving costs.
- Child support: Before your divorce is final, your child will still need financial support to cover the cost of food, medical expenses and any other special needs he or she may have. We can help you pursue a temporary child support order so the transition goes as smoothly as possible.
- Child custody: In addition to financial support, children need emotional support and time with their parents. In some cases, a temporary child custody order can help you set up visitation schedules and establish parental rights while you wait for your divorce to be finalized.
- Property orders: In contested divorces, it can be useful to secure a temporary order stating who will stay in the marital home, drive which vehicles, pay the bills, etc.
Contact an Oregon Temporary Custody Lawyer
Your temporary order can set the stage for your divorce process and final divorce settlement. Our attorneys will work with you to make sure your rights are protected in your temporary order and through to your final divorce. Contact our Oregon temporary custody attorneys at our office to learn more about your options leading up to a divorce.