Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.
1. Can he file the Final Order as he has written it?
Yes but if the Final Order is ambiguous or confusing, or missing terms, the judge will demand a formal addendum to the Order to ensure that all parts that have not been included appear in the document.
2. Doesn't the items in the Temp Order need to be included in the Final Order?
Yes and no. A temp order is replaced by the final order, so if you want any specific terms from the temp order to survive, they need to be included But a final order and a temp order can be absolutely different from one another.
3. What happens if we do not agree on the way he wrote the Final Order? Do we both submit the Final Order and the Judge chooses which one?
If you disagree, you can contest it and either file your own order or file a request to modify. The judge generally will not rule until both sides agree on the language.
4. He included a statement at the end of the final order, that states he wants the Family Court to address the part of the attorney's fees from my ex if we cannot come to an agreement on a payment plan. Is this legal, or would this be resolved in small claims court? The amount is $2800.
No, that is permitted, as this is a formal family law related debt. It would still be something a family law judge can respond to.