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November 21, 2011
Edra J. Pollin: My Top Ten List Of What Not To Do In Divorce Court
Getting ready for trial in a divorce or child custody case can be a stressful time as litigants and litigators attempt to condense the details and documents of a relationship into the hours or days of a trial. If you’re represented by counsel, it is your attorney’s job to prepare you for trial and to deliver a concise and convincing presentation of your case to the court. That said, since judicial determinations are often based upon the behavior a party exhibited in the courtroom rather than the exhibits they offered into evidence, please consider the following helpful hints for your day in divorce or custody court:
1. Do not roll your eyes, mutter under your breath or otherwise gesticulate when your spouse is testifying.