Thursday, October 23, 2008

Order of Protection

During the time you file for child custody modification you may find yourself presented with an Ex Parte, also know as an Order of Protection or Restraining Order. As hard as it may be, avoid them if you can. They can add more cost to an already expensive on going child custody dispute. Although sometimes when you need information that is enough to be the "straw that broke the camels back", so to speak, play it smart and video tape everything.

Read more about Ex Parte's or Order of Protections.

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