No. Upon filing a Petition for Divorce, it is common for one spouse to move out of the marital residence. Judges usually order one person to move out to provide each person space and privacy during the divorce process. If an agreement cannot be reached regarding which spouse should move out of the marital residence, it is likely a Judge would allow a short videoconference hearing on Temporary Orders to decide which spouse should move out, and the temporary payment of support and expenses should be paid while the divorce is pending. However, this is not technically an emergency and is not necessarily as straight forward a request as the Judges would like to see. Whether or not a hearing will take place is a decision that each court is making on a case by case basis. If there is family violence involved, then it becomes an emergency matter which would receive priority and be heard via videoconference while the Shelter in Place Orders are in effect.