This product is simply a downloadable email that would be sent to a Judge in a family law case in Bexar County, Texas if you need to get a setting date and time to enter temporary orders. This would be necessary in a case where the judge has ordered temporary orders, and the lawyer on the other side is not agreeing to signing them. This email was sent by an experienced lawyer to Judge Diaz, and Judge Diaz’ coordinator responded with a date. Although this is not a long document, it is helpful to see the social norms of practice in Bexar County in this context if you are facing the issue of having to get your temporary orders actually entered.
Entering temporary orders is the step of making sure the judge signs the papers that outline the orders that occurred at the hearing itself.