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How do I get an emergency custody order

How Do I Get An Emergency Custody Order

How do I get an emergency child custody order?

I’m William Ausman the founder of 805 Law Group, we often get asked the question, how do I get an emergency child custody order, also known as an ex parte order. Emergency custody orders are a type of temporary order issued rapidly when a parent can show the family court evidence that their child faces immediate risk or danger of abduction.

Emergency orders are usually issued in cases of domestic violence or child abuse sometimes if a person can show that there’s a risk, the child will be harmed, or even removed from the state of California. If the court doesn’t do something right away, either that day or within a few days, he or she can ask the court to make temporary custody orders on an emergency basis.

After making your emergency orders. The court will schedule a regular hearing to consider whether the order should be extended beyond the temporary period. The other parent must be told about the later hearing. He or she has a right to be there at the hearing. It’s extremely hard to get temporary orders, you must prove to the court that there is a good reason for their order and to read there is a risk of immediate harm to the child. So make sure you can explain in detail why you believe these temporary orders are necessary to protect your child.

If you found this information helpful. Please Like and Share this video. If you have any questions call us at 805-420-7547 or visit us online at 805lawgroup.com. We offer free consultations at our offices in San Luis Obispo, and Atascadero as well as free online consultations. For more information, you can click the link below this video and download my book, “California Divorce, and Family Law – How to Protect Yourself, Your Children, and Your Money”.

How to Protect Yourself, Your Children, and Your Money

How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money

How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money

How To Protect Yourself, Your Children, And Your Money