Bring witnesses.

If you are planning to call witnesses to the stand, these people should be in attendance and ready to give testimony. A witness should be someone central to the child’s life (such as a teacher or close relative) who can verify your testimony and support your custody claim.

Stay focused.

Although you are fighting for the well-being of your children, it is important to remain calm and polite during the hearing. You should arrive on time, be respectful to the other parent, and show that you have your children’s best interests at heart.

We work hard to develop child custody and visitation solutions that enable our clients to enjoy rich and meaningful parent-child relationships.

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Jesse Nason
Helping Rhode Island residents with all of their family law, divorce and child custody needs since 2006.
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