In the motion practice of divorce, tentative orders may be issued by a court relating what the court may order based on the papers submitted by the parties as to issues regarding pendente lite support such as child support or spousal support or other issues, such as custody or parenting time or the payment pendente lite of other bills or payments. Upon receving the tentative order, the parties have a duty to contact each other to determine whether either party is going to object to the order or not and whether either party is requesting oral argument. If you have a motion you need adjudicated, contact our NJ divorce lawyer or NJ divorce attorney to pursue your motion practice in divorce. We cover divorce in central and northern New Jersey, call us for a free consultation and ask us about our flat fees for an uncontested divorce or annulment. Our New Jersey divorce lawyer and New Jersey divorce attorney can help you with your motion today in our Fort Lee office or our East Brunswick office at 201-242-1119 or 732-390-0480.
Feb 18, 2016 @ 12:34 PM — by Michael Green