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Handling Your First Temporary Order Hearing in Family Court 2024

Product ID: CA3622R7
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Family law first steps 

Taking on your first divorce case can be an intimidating experience, especially since family court procedures differ from those in other areas of practice. After you file a summons and petition for divorce, what comes next? Who gets to stay in the marital home and who gets the car? Do both parties share custody and placement of the children? Who is responsible for maintaining health insurance if both parties are on one plan? Divorces in Wisconsin can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Because answers to these questions can’t wait until the divorce is final, they’ll need to be addressed at a temporary order hearing in family court. 

Develop the confidence you need with help from veteran family attorney Emily Wilson at Handling Your First Temporary Order Hearing in Family Court. You’ll gain a better understanding of the temporary hearing process with insights on:

  • The purpose of a temporary order hearing
  • How to request a temporary order
  • What will be addressed at the hearing
  • Potential evidentiary issues that may arise
  • Offers of proof and exhibits
  • Best practices for preparation
  • Presenting your arguments to the court commissioner 
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Member $119.00

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1.5 CLE

Date and Time

Tuesday, June 18, 202412:00 PM - 1:30 PM CT

Add to Calendar 6/18/2024 12:00:00 PM 6/18/2024 1:30:00 PM America/Chicago Handling Your First Temporary Order Hearing in Family Court 2024

Family law first steps 

Taking on your first divorce case can be an intimidating experience, especially since family court procedures differ from those in other areas of practice. After you file a summons and petition for divorce, what comes next? Who gets to stay in the marital home and who gets the car? Do both parties share custody and placement of the children? Who is responsible for maintaining health insurance if both parties are on one plan? Divorces in Wisconsin can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Because answers to these questions can’t wait until the divorce is final, they’ll need to be addressed at a temporary order hearing in family court. 

Develop the confidence you need with help from veteran family attorney Emily Wilson at Handling Your First Temporary Order Hearing in Family Court. You’ll gain a better understanding of the temporary hearing process with insights on:

  • The purpose of a temporary order hearing
  • How to request a temporary order
  • What will be addressed at the hearing
  • Potential evidentiary issues that may arise
  • Offers of proof and exhibits
  • Best practices for preparation
  • Presenting your arguments to the court commissioner 
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Family law first steps 

Taking on your first divorce case can be an intimidating experience, especially since family court procedures differ from those in other areas of practice. After you file a summons and petition for divorce, what comes next? Who gets to stay in the marital home and who gets the car? Do both parties share custody and placement of the children? Who is responsible for maintaining health insurance if both parties are on one plan? Divorces in Wisconsin can take anywhere from 6 months to 2 years. Because answers to these questions can’t wait until the divorce is final, they’ll need to be addressed at a temporary order hearing in family court. 

Develop the confidence you need with help from veteran family attorney Emily Wilson at Handling Your First Temporary Order Hearing in Family Court. You’ll gain a better understanding of the temporary hearing process with insights on:

  • The purpose of a temporary order hearing
  • How to request a temporary order
  • What will be addressed at the hearing
  • Potential evidentiary issues that may arise
  • Offers of proof and exhibits
  • Best practices for preparation
  • Presenting your arguments to the court commissioner 
Read More ↓

Emily Wilson is a partner at Kowalski, Wilson & Vang, LLC in Madison. She has practiced family law throughout Wisconsin since 2012. She graduated from the City University of New York School of Law where she was a research assistant and a judicial intern for the first Latina justice elected to the New York State Supreme Court. She graduated among the top in her class. After school, she returned to Wisconsin and started a solo family law practice in 2013, focusing on divorce, child custody and placement, paternity, and support matters for low-income individuals, many of whom were domestic violence survivors. 

  • Get an overview of the temporary order hearing process 
  • Know what a temporary order does and how to request one
  • Understand the issues typically addressed at the temporary order stage
  • Receive tips on handling evidentiary issues and arguments at a temporary hearing
  • Take on your first temporary order hearing with confidence 
  • New lawyers
  • Family law practitioners
  • Anyone looking to add family law to their practice
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