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The divorce that never ever ends!

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Re: The divorce that never ever ends!

Postby Shoonra » Mon Apr 24, 2017 5:11 pm

Custody and support cases tend to be very ugly, with or without lawyers. Assuming you persist in doing this without a lawyer, my suggestions are:

Have your financial papers, in reliable format (e.g., bank statements, tax returns, etc.), all ready and presentable to the judge.
Have solid information, as much as possible, on the current living/financial situation of your ex-wife; the more negative information is, the more solid the evidence should be for it.
Be prepared to contrast the comforts & safety of your house/neighborhood/school district/etc with that of your ex's.

Positively, absolutely, do not lose your temper or go in looking as if you're carrying a grudge, or if the fight about custody/support is really your way of stomping on your ex. Do not use insulting or even rude language about your ex. Be EXTREMELY calm and collected and use very polite language even when describing, e.g., accusations of criminal activities.

Remember, the judge is interested in what is best for the children, not in punishing your ex-wife.
/ Shoonra
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Re: The divorce that never ever ends!

Postby country_hick » Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:20 pm

You might consider jurisdictionary.

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Re: The divorce that never ever ends!

Postby BOBT12 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:49 pm

country_hick wrote:You might consider jurisdictionary.

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Re: The divorce that never ever ends!

Postby RobbinB » Tue Apr 25, 2017 8:40 pm

Thanks BobT That is the type of response that I appreciate very much.

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