A person involved in a family law case may need to get a temporary court order — known as an interim order — to deal with short-term, important, or urgent issues. Learn the process for making an interim application in Supreme Court.
“My kids live with my spouse, Mikki, most of the time. We set it up that way because of my work schedule. But I changed jobs a few months ago. I want to see the kids more. Mikki doesn’t agree, so I filled out some paperwork and took it to Supreme Court, where our divorce case is. A friend of mine gave Mikki a copy of the court documents. She filed something in reply, and we’re going to court in a month.”
– Elias, Langley, BC