Temporary Restraining Order Can Permanently Affect Child Custody

Even a Temporary Restraining Order Can Permanently Affect Child Custody

Pierre Domercq Domestic Violence

It may surprise you to learn that even a temporary restraining order can permanently affect child custody.  This is rooted in a law which was changed in 2014 to mandate that any child custody, parenting time or child support order issued while a Domestic Violence Restraining Order (DVRO) was in place, survive the termination or expiration of the DVRO. Divorces …