Preliminary Injunction From Court Against Petitioner And Respondent Form. This is a Arizona form and can be use in Yavapai Local County.
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Name: Mailing Address: Daytime Telephone Number: Representing Self Petitioner Respondent IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF YAVAPAI In the matter of DO Petitioner and PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION FROM THE COURT AGAINST THE PETITIONER AND THE RESPONDENT Respondent WARNING: THIS IS AN OFFICIAL ORDER FROM THE COURT. IT AFFECTS YOUR RIGHTS. READ THIS ORDER IMMEDIATELY AND CAREFULLY, IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND IT, CONTACT A LAWYER FOR HELP. The Petitioner has filed a "Petition for Dissolution" (Divorce) or "Petition for Legal Separation" or "Petition for Annulment" with the Court. This Order is made at the direction of the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court of Arizona, Yavapai County. This Order has the same force and effect as an Order signed by the Judge. You and your spouse must obey this Order. This Order may be enforced by any remedy available under the law, including an "Order of Contempt of Court". To help you understand this Order read the explanation below, then read the statute itself. If you have any questions, you should contact a lawyer for help. EXPLANATION: (What does this Order mean to you?) 1. ACTIONS FORBIDDEN BY THIS ORDER: From the time you file the "Petition for Dissolution" (Divorce) or "Petition for Legal Separation" or "Petition for Annulment" with the Court, until the Judge signs the Decree, or until further Order of the Court, both the Petitioner and the Respondent shall not do any of the following things: You may not hide earnings or community property from your spouse AND You may not take out a loan on the community property AND You may not sell the community property or give it away to someone, UNLESS you have the written permission of your spouse or written permission from the Court. The law allows for situations in which you may need to transfer joint or community property as part of the every day running of a business, or in which the sale of community property is necessary to meet necessities of life, such as food, shelter, or clothing, or court fees and attorney fees associated with this action. If this applies to you, you should see a lawyer for help AND Do not harass or bother your spouse or the children AND Do not physically abuse or threaten your spouse or the children AND Do not take the children, common to your marriage, out of the State of Arizona for any reason, without a written agreement between you and your spouse or a Court Order. Do not remove the other party or the children of the parties from ANY existing insurance. Both parties shall maintain all insurance coverage in full force and effect. Superior Court of Arizona in Yavapai County May 2010 DRD14f Page 1 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS: Arizona law, A.R.S. § 25-315 (A) provides as follows: 1.a. RESTRICTIONS ON PROPERTY OF THE MARRIAGE: That both parties are enjoined from transferring, encumbering, concealing, selling, or otherwise disposing of any of the joint, common or community property of the parties except if related to the usual course of business, the necessities of life, or court fees and reasonable attorney fees associated with an action filed under this article, without the written consent of the parties or the permission of the court. REQUIREMENTS OF BEHAVIOR: That both parties are enjoined from molesting, harassing, disturbing the peace of or committing an assault or battery on the person of the other party or any natural or adopted child of the parties. RESTRICTIONS ABOUT YOUR CHILDREN: The parties are enjoined from removing any natural or adopted child of the parties then residing in Arizona from the jurisdiction of the court without the prior written consent of the parties or the permission of the court. RESTRICTIONS ABOUT INSURANCE: That both parties are enjoined from removing, or causing to be removed, the other party or the children of the parties from any existing insurance coverage, including medical, hospital, dental, automobile and disability insurance. Both parties shall maintain all insurance coverage in full force and effect. EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS ORDER: This Order is effective against the person who filed for divorce, legal separation or annulment (the Petitioner) when the Petition is filed with the Court. It is effective against the other party (the Respondent) when it is served on the other party, or on actual notice of the Order, whichever is sooner. This Order shall remain in effect until further order of the court, or the entry of a Decree of Dissolution, Legal Separation or Annulment. ORDER TO PETITIONER: You must serve a copy of this Order upon the Respondent with a copy of the Petition for Dissolution, Legal Separation, or Annulment, the Summons and other required court papers. WARNING: This is an official court Order. If you disobey this Order, the court may find you in contempt of court. You may also be arrested and prosecuted for the crime of interfering with judicial proceedings and any other crime you may have committed in disobeying this Order. LAW ENFORCEMENT: You or your spouse may file a certified copy of this Order with your local law enforcement agency. You may obtain a certified copy from the Clerk of the Court that issues this Order. If any changes are made to this Order and you have filed a certified copy of this Order with your local law enforcement agency, you must notify them of the changes. This court order is effective until a final Decree of Dissolution, Legal Separation or Annulment is filed or your case is dismissed. DESCRIPTION OF THE PARTIES: Petitioner: Hgt___ Wgt____ Hair ____ Eyes ____ Date of birth _________ 1.b. 1.c. 1.d. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Last Four Digits of Driver License #: ______________ Respondent: Hgt___ Wgt____ Hair ____ Eyes ____ Date of birth _________ Last Four Digits of Drivers License #: ______________ GIVEN UNDER MY HAND AND THE SEAL OF THE COURT this day of , 20 Sandra K. Markham, Clerk of the Superior Court By: Deputy Clerk Superior Court of Arizona in Yavapai County May 2010 DRD14f Page 2 of 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com