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Handling Estate Battles With Grace

Hi, I am Ina Aldawen. Upon losing my mother at a young age, I was thrust into the world of estate lawyers in an instant. Although the process could have been a nightmare, I was lucky to end up with an accomplished and kind lawyer. The lawyer taught me all I needed to know about handling my mother's estate properly. I escaped the situation unscathed and with my relationships intact. Although I hope to never have to deal with that situation again, I at least know enough to get through it without too much stress. I built this site to share this knowledge with you in an attempt to help the world deal with estate situations better. Losing a loved one should never include a legal battle over belongings and funds. Unfortunately, it often does, so it's best to stay prepared. Come by often to learn more.

How To Make Your Child Custody Case In Court

Divorce is difficult for so many families. One of the most difficult things about divorce is being separated from your child. You might do anything to get your child back.

If you are trying to maintain some form of custody over your child, these are things you need to do. These steps will prove to a judge that you are worthy to have your child in your care.

Refrain from Speaking Negatively About the Other Parent

One of the worst things you can do in the eyes of the court is talk poorly about your child's other parent to your child. It is also not a good look to speak poorly about the other parent in court or to any potential witnesses.

Demonstrate Your Bond With Your Child

It is also important that you demonstrate the important bond between you and your child. What kind of relationship do you have? Showing up for school events and taking advantage of granted visitations are good options.

Avoid Arguing in Court . . . And Elsewhere

Arguing with your ex-spouse or the child's other parent is always a no-no for court. Make sure that you maintain a sense of decorum as you go to court, even if the other side tries to anger or excite you.

Share the Believe You Want Your Child to Know Both Parents

Do not let the court believe you intend to keep your child from building a healthy relationship with his or her other parent. Ensure the court that you intend to facilitate a strong relationship.

Don't Let Animosity Keep You From Your Child

Never avoid showing up for a visitation or custody exchange because you are angry with the child's other parent. Make sure that you make all assigned meetings.

Stop Habits Deemed Unhealthy to the Judge

If you use recreational substances or are frequently out late at night, the judge may determine that your home is not a good environment in which to raise a child. If you have been accused of having an unhealthy environment for a child in your home, you may need to provide evidence otherwise.

Create a Parenting Plan

You will look better in court if you show with solutions, not problems. Consult with a child custody attorney can help you develop a parenting plan that works for you. It may be adjusted in court, but showing up with something is better than showing up with nothing.