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Asked on: 8/23/07, 6:08 pm

temporary standing order

My husband has just been served his divorce papers. He is upset I put in a child support order as well. He is now said that i cannot call his phone, not even to talk with my kids. what should I do?

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Answered on: 8/23/07, 11:46 pm by Scott R. Jay

Re: temporary standing order

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I am not sure what your heading means as there is no such thing as a temporary standing order in a divorce. If your husband will not let you speak with your kids, then you need to file a motion with the court to require him to provide reasonable access including telephone at all times. Additionally, a reasonable visitation schedule must either be agreed upon between you and your husband, or if unable to agree, then ask the court to order the schedule for you.

Scott R. Jay, Esq.

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