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PRE-DECREE TEMPORARY ORDERS
If you want to proceed WITHOUT notice, use the Pre-Decree Temporary Orders WITHOUT Notice (Emergency) to Other Party forms only if you meet the criteria. (scroll down to forms below)

In all other situations, use the Pre-Decree Temporary Orders WITH Notice to Other Party forms. (scroll down to forms below)
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.
Pre-Decree Temporary Orders WITHOUT Notice (Emergency) to Other Party:
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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