Temporary Custody Motions in Divorce

Divorce proceedings can take a long time to work through in many cases, sometimes several months. In cases like these, the court often must issue different temporary orders while the final divorce is pending, including support, custody and visitation. Motions are filed on behalf of the spouses, which are referred to as motions pendente lite.

When there are children in the family, it is important to have temporary custody orders in place so that both parents continue to have regular contact with the children. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we represent clients in all aspects of family law matters. We know how important it is to establish your parental rights from the start, and our St. Louis temporary custody attorneys work diligently to see that the right precedent is set.

Working to Protect Your Interests From the Start

At the beginning of the divorce process, we understand that you probably have a lot more questions than answers. We dedicate our entire practice to family law. We know what issues need to be considered and what questions to ask to determine the best course of action for your case.

When you hire our firm, our lawyers will take the time to work through your concerns and goals. We will build a plan designed to establish a routine that lays the right foundation for a meaningful future relationship with your children. We will advocate for your rights throughout the process, with a constant focus on the best interests of the children.

To read more on this topic, you can read our article titled: Illinois Law Summary: Abuse and Temporary Child Custody.

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