Do temporary orders expire?
Brette’s Answer: Yes, all temporary orders have an expiration date. You can get a permanent custody order if you do not intend to continue with the divorce, but depending on how your state’s judicial system is set up, you might have to go to a different court to do so.
How long is a temporary custody agreement good for?
one to six months
What’s the difference between temporary custody and guardianship?
A legal custodian has full parental rights over the minor child and can make important decisions for the child in the same way as a temporary custodian. While a temporary guardianship is only intended for a short time, the court considers the custody decree to be final.
What does it mean to have temporary custody?
Temporary child custody, issued through a temporary custody order, is a court’s decision to award physical custody of a minor child to one parent pending a final determination of custody. The court may appoint a lawyer to act on the child’s behalf and represent his or her interests.
Can a parent give temporary custody to a grandparent?
TEMPORARY CUSTODY of a grandchild or other dependent relative: an application must be filed to the probate court and a hearing is usually granted within 30 days. STANDBY GUARDIAN: Custody of a child can also be obtained without going to court by becoming a Standby Guardian.