Yes, you need to go to District Court and retrieve the Temporary Orders. You would need to have the Orders to know exactly what rights you and the father have and then take proper action regarding the father's unilateral action. The father cannot take it upon himself to change a Court Order. Any change must be approved by the Court. This means that the father has to apply for modification of the Temporary Orders and give you and your Attorney a notice of the application so that you can respond to oppose it and show up for the hearing. The Court would then make a decision as to the father's request after hearing from both parties. Until then, the Temporary Orders are in force regardless of what you might have done or not done to the father.
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX May have more questions very soon. Well actually what if petitions for emergency modifications on standing order, would same protocol still apply? Or could I have a chance to argue my side before a judge could allow any change or modification?
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX May have more questions very soon. Well actually what if petitions for emergency modifications on standing order, would same protocol still apply? Or could I have a chance to argue my side before a judge could allow any change or modification? Response: You must be given a chance to argue your case. The emergency petition only means that the time for notice is shortened. However, the notice MUST still be given to you or your Attorney. Let me know if you need further clarification. Thank you very much for the positive rating.
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