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Family Law TECO, Guardianship, Ex Parte

Ex Parte/Emergency Orders

Pursuant to Local Rule 4.7, the Court will review requests for ex parte / emergency orders daily between 10:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. After review of the request, the court may issue a decision or, in its discretion, the Court may require parties to appear that day to present oral argument.

Access to Decision

The Court's decision regarding a request for ex parte / emergency orders is available after 1:30pm the day of the court's review. 

Ex parte decisions are posted to the case and available after 3:00pm on the court day prior to the hearing.  You may view tentative rulings by clicking the button below for the Smart Search feature in the Court Case Information Portal.

Court Case Information Portal - Smart Search

If you do not find information regarding your particular case, and you have not previously been informed that you are excused from the calendar, an appearance is required.  Please reference Local Rule 2.6(c) if you plan to present oral argument regarding a tentative ruling.

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