16: Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (ATRO’s): What Are They And When Do They Apply to You And Your Soon-To-Be Ex?

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In today’s episode, we discuss the four main Automatic Temporary Restraining Orders (ATROS) that immediately affect you once you file for divorce. 

These are not the type of restraining orders regarding domestic violence, but rather the restrictions associated with traveling out of state with your children and the money and credit available to you after your filing for divorce. 

While they are put into place to keep both parties secure during the divorce, it is vitally important for you to prepare for these restrictions before you file and have a thorough understanding of how they impact your children, your finances, and your next steps. 

If you want to master the terms and conditions that apply to your life once a divorce is filed, join the waitlist for Decoding Divorce Academy where you will receive-

  • Reliable legal education 

  • Step-by-step instructionals on how to get your divorce started and completed 

  • A helpful and encouraging community so you can create your tribe while going through the changes of your divorce

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