Montgomery County Standing Orders, Part 3

The District Courts and County Courts of Montgomery County have automatic orders that go into effect for every divorce suit and every suit affecting the parent-child relationship filed in Montgomery County. These automatic orders are court orders and if either party violates one or more of the automatic orders they risk being found in contempt of court.

The third automatic order of the Montgomery County Courts is “Conduct of the Parties During the Case.” Specifically, both parties to the lawsuit are ordered to refrain from

  1. Using vulgar, profane, obscene, or indecent language, or a coarse or offensive manner, to communicate with the other party, whether in person, by telephone, or in writing.
  2. Threatening the other party in person, by telephone, or in writing to take unlawful action against any person.
  3. Placing one or more telephone calls, at an unreasonable hour, in an offensive or repetitious manner, without a legitimate purpose of communication, or anonymously.
  4. Causing bodily injury to the other party or to a child of either party.
  5. Threatening the other party or a child of either party with imminent bodily injury.
  6. Opening or diverting mail addressed to the other party.

Your Montgomery County Divorce Lawyer can help you if your spouse is engaging in conduct that violates the court order. We will continue reviewing the automatic orders in the next post.

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