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You asked, "How hard is it to get an ex parte Order ?"
The Court does not like to issue Ex Parte orders. The Courts prefer that the opposing side gets notice and that they appear in Court to give their side of the story. However, the Court also realizes that there are situations where irreparable harm might be done and an Emergency Order is appropriate, even if it is a Temporary Order. The prime example of an Ex Parte Order being appropriate is the Temporary Protection Order in domestic violence cases, or a Temporary Restraining Order ("TRO") where a party is seeking a permanent injunction and wants to maintain the status quo until the trial is over.
You can try to get a Temporary Restraining Order on an Ex Parte basis by telling the Judge in your Motion papers that you need a TRO because the custodial account which is for the benefit of your child is in serious danger of being depleted by your former spouse because she is using the funds for her personal benefit, and if you wait until a hearing date can be set for a permanent Injunction, your former spouse will have depleted all of the funds in the custodial account.
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