In other posts, we discussed the first and second tips that you should follow when preparing to work with a lawyer for your child custody and/or visitation issue in court. Let’s go on to the third tip.
Write down everything you want to say. It is not enough to just say it—you need to write it. Make sure your statement is well organized by dividing it into sections and even subsections if you must.One section can be about your child’s schooling.
- In the first subsection you might talk about the other parent’s deficiencies when it comes to supporting your child’s school activities.
- The second subsection might be about how helpful you are when it comes to your child’s schooling.
- If your child is seeing a therapist who wants to prescribe your child medication and the other parent disagrees on what to do, your second section might discuss this issue.
- The first subsection about this issue might discuss what you think is best and why and the second subsection might discuss what the other parent wants and why the other parent’s position is a bad idea.
These are just examples. You will of course need to write about whatever issues are relevant to your situation and most important to you. You should write down everything that you want to see. Your child custody Los Angeles lawyer can always go over later and tell you what he or she thinks is important and not important.
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