If you are concerned about any “missing provisions” in your Temporary Orders, don’t lie awake at night worrying. Speak to your attorney and see whether your fears can be soothed, or whether your attorney needs to deal with the issue that is concerning you prior to the finalization of the divorce. Additional agreements can be reached between spouses about specific issues, and can be put into writing and filed with the court without the necessity of a hearing if there is an agreement.
One final note: Temporary Orders are temporary. This means that the provisions in the paperwork are not set in stone. Just because one spouse has full access to the home, or use of a vehicle in the temporary orders doesn’t mean that that person will be the ultimate owner of that piece of property.