In Iowa, the first step to receiving an enforceable custody order from the court is to file a petition for custody or divorce. In the meantime, who is responsible for making decisions for the children, and where will the children live? Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/applying-for-temporary-orders-in-divorce-and-custody-cases
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Often, parties cannot agree on where the children will live. Often there are good reasons why a parent may not want the children to live primarily with the other parent, such as criminal activity, drug use, or homelessness. In this video, we will go over: What is a temporary order in a divorce or custody case?, Who may file for a temporary matters hearing?, What does the Court consider in a temporary matters hearing involving custody?, Can a temporary matters order be modified?, and Other issues relating to temporary matters requests
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