Divorce court arguably one of the last processes you’d like to have to endure. Sometimes, that isn’t as easy as it sounds. One of the best ways you can avoid the headaches of court is to know what to expect if/when you get there. By doing this, you’re increasing your chances of a favorable outcome.
- Be confident. If you’re allowed to speak, listen to your attorney. They will know exactly how to orchestrate your statements and express your side. Use a clear and cohesive voice and present yourself in a manner that projects professionalism.
- Leave your emotions at home. This is arguably one of the most important things to remember the minute you enter the courtroom. If you are told to speak, you should. If you are not, refrain from interrupting anyone. By remaining professional, you’re showing the judge that you are competent enough to handle yourself like an adult during this very serious matter.
- Be timely. Do not show up late to court. Once again, the judge is going to be taking a look at many factors, and the last thing you need is a delay in entrance. Account for parking, security, and any other obstacles.
If you’re looking for representation when it comes to your family affairs, the team at GNPCV is ready to handle any type of case.
At Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti, LLP, we understand that divorce is not always easy. For issues that go beyond simple agreements, our team of highly qualified attorneys will work each day to ensure that a favorable agreement for you is the ultimate outcome.
To learn more about our attorney’s extensive legal knowledge in regard to divorce, give us a call at 914-288-9595.