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What does " CPO/Rec of Order " mean in family court?

Q: My ex and I agreed on a settlement about a family court case a few months ago but when the paperwork was being reviewed, my ex decided she had a few objections and did not agree to the proposed order. i just checked my case and under the purpose this came up: CPO/Rec of Order . what does this mean?

A: David's Answer: It's a tickler for internal use - it generally means there's no physical appearance needed by the parties & the order is being review by the Court. Schedule a consult with a Westchester Child Custody attorney for more info. - David Bliven, Westchester Child Custody attorney (www.blivenlaw.net)

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