If you can show “good cause” to the court, you may be entitled to an interim partial distribution of marital assets.
Good cause is defined as extraordinary circumstances that require an interim partial distribution. In order to obtain this type of relief, you are required to file a sworn motion setting forth specific factual basis for the relief that you are seeking. You would have to demonstrate to the court good cause as to why the court should not defer its ruling until the final hearing.
As just one example, employing this technique for an interim partial distribution of marital assets can be extremely helpful if one person is in need of immediate funds.
There are many, many situations that would require the necessity of seeking an interim partial distribution award. The point to note here is that you do not have to wait until you your case concludes in order for you to receive money or other marital assets.
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