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In the motion and order for temporary interim parenting plan, would it state in there that I am wanting a new drug test?
First, I want to say that I will rate you later today once I go to the bank so I can leave a tip - I didn't want you to think I was ignoring that part.
So do I need to reference any MCA as I did for the ex parte or is that not necessary?
like in my first ex parte order it said: Pursuant to Sections 40-4-213, MCA, the Court may adopt an Interim Parenting Plan under the standards of Sections 40-4-212 and 40-4-220(2)(ii), MCA before a hearing if the Court finds from the affidavits.......
and in the directions for filing a motion that I have it says to state any corresponding law that may be helpful.....
To file there is the Motion for Temporary Order of Interim Parenting Plan, and there is the Temporary Order for the Judge to sign, but is the Order to Show Cause separate from the Temporary Order or is that all together such as: Temporary Order Adopting Interim Parenting Plan And Order To Show Cause? What I am asking is the Order to Show Cause a separate order from the Order Adopting the Interim Parenting Plan? The first time it was all together but not being ex parte, maybe it is separate?
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