TIPS AND STRATEGIES DESIGNED TO "Give You the Edge"
WHEN TESTIFYING IN FAMILY COURT
This publication will also help your children and your other witnesses be more effective when testifying in family court.
- Common Custody Traps for Parents
Learn about the mistakes parents commonly make when starting a custody battle. Know what not to do before you do it!
- Tips for Parents Seeking Custody
Explores what you can do during custody proceedings to better your chances of winning custody.
- How to Testify in a Custody Case
A useful guide to being calm, cool, and collected on the stand. A helpful list to review with your lawyer!
- Children Testifying in Court
Designed to help parents and guardians prepare their children to testify in court. Included is an explanation of the courtroom process, advice about preparing children to testify, considerations in working with legal professionals, and suggestions for aftercare following the trial.
Cross-examination can be one of the most nerve-wracking experiences you're likely to have during your time in court. Learn what tricks and tactics your opponent's lawyer will use against you!
- Custody Cases from the Lawyer's View
Learn what your lawyer should be doing for you, and what he or she should avoid. This is a helpful ebook that should be reviewed with your lawyer before you go to court.
- The United States Court System
An in-depth look at how the court will work and why. Includes a glossary of terms you will hear and what they mean. It is important to have a rudimentary understanding of what you will be getting yourself into when you go to court.
- How to Negotiate Child Custody Without Going to Court
Sometimes, custody can be negotiated if both parents sit down and talk rationally about what kind of arrangement will work best for both of them and the child. Everyone's schedule and lifestyle need to be considered to make a plan that will work. This chapter shows you how.
- What Women Should be Aware of During a Child Custody Court Case
WOMEN AND MEN ARE TREATED DIFFERENTLY DURING CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASES AND IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO BE ABLE TO COUNTERACT THIS JUDICIAL BIAS