Sure, you and your lawyer enjoy attorney-client privilege, everyone knows that. What is said between you and your attorney is private, and breaking that can be grounds for your lawyer’s disbarment. But what does your lawyer keep from you? What does not say that would probably help your relationship? There are several, and as you read, ask, “How many of these am I guilty of?”
Your Attorney Category
If you are fighting for custody, the day will come when you will have your final hearing. To truly win custody and prove you are the better parent, you will need to present lots of convincing evidence in court. Sadly, your personal testimony weighs very little with the judge. So what evidence do you need, and how should you show it in court?
You would not be fighting for custody if you didn’t think you are the better parent, or at least better than your Ex. Your position is a given, otherwise you would not be involved in your custody case. Therefore in regards to your testimony, almost anybody else testimony carries more weight than yours.
It looks as though the epic divorce saga between NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders and Pilar Sanders is finally over…maybe. Late November 2015, one of Deion’s attorneys told TMZ that the NFL Hall of Famer felt “relief and vindication” in being awarded a $2.2 million judgment against his ex-wife Pilar.
One of the difficulties of hiring an attorney is it a skill you don’t exercise often. If you hired a lawyer every month, you would improve in your selection process. For this reason, when seeking an attorney, you need to start by interview at least five. Next, prepare your list of interviewing questions, call and checked their references, …
You’ve been served papers. The divorce is serious. Should I hire an attorney? Where do I look to find the right attorney for me? How do I hire an attorney? What questions should I be asking a potential lawyer. Fred Campos, @FullCustodyDad recaps several posts to answer your hiring attorney questions.
You’ve decided to hire a child custody attorney. That decision is critical to your success. It might be the most important decision you make. You not only have to find a good one, you must find the right one and I ABSOLUTELY believe you should hire one.
In our lives, we will tell certain professionals information that we wouldn’t tell our spouses. We sometimes trust doctors enough to share factual secrets about our lives that we wouldn’t want anyone else to know. It’s necessary facts they need to know for the relationship to work.
s we started in the post, Six Tips for Hiring a Child Custody Attorney, you have Listen for Good Attorneys in Court, you have asked for Recommended Attorneys from Divorce Groups, and you have prepared 10 Questions to Ask Your [...]
An attorney can serve as a capable liaison between you and your ex-spouse, diffusing personal attacks each side may launch against each other, possibly torpedoing a potentially favorable ruling. Discussing your case with an attorney allows a knowledgeable person to step back, and take or even create a more professional tone on the situation.
You have already listened for good attorneys in court, and you have visited and asked several parenting groups or organizations for their recommended lawyers. From this research, you have narrowed your search to five and you are ready to call and set up free consultations in person or over the phone. So what ten questions should you prepare to ask your future divorce or paternity attorney?
So you’ve been served papers, your divorce is not salvageable, you made an absolute calculated decision that you would be the better parent, and you need to fight for custody. It’s time to hire a good attorney. So how do you find a good attorney?
Spend the first hour in the court room hallway, second and third hours in the actual court room, and finally an hour by the attorney/client conference meeting area. Start in the morning with the hallway outside the court room. Watch carefully the interactions attorneys…