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Appropriate Dress for Women Going to Child Custody Hearings. Moms who would like to win child custody should ensure that they make the best appearance during all child custody hearings. Some examples of appropriate dress for women are: Dark pants or a skirt suit. At Family Matters Law Group, we’ve been coaching parents on how to dress in court for their child custody case for many years. Here’s our advice.
For The Women. Women have many options for appropriate dress. Perhaps the easiest outfit is a solid dress in a dark color. Dress comfortably, but not too comfortably. The probability of you sitting on hardwood, church-like pews inside of the court’s waiting room for several hours is very high.
When you’re shopping. It goes without saying that it is important for you to make the right impression as this is generally the most formal place that you will be appearing throughout your divorce or custody case. Business professional, and possibly business casual, are the recommended choices of attire in family court.
Parents should dress appropriately for all child custody hearings. Parents should stick to the following dress code: Parents should stick to the following dress code: Dark suit. No judge wants to see your boxer shorts peeking above baggy pants or every bump and bulge beneath a dress that is too tight (and/or too revealing). Steer clear of clothing. In resolving child custody cases, it is often beneficial for parents to create a lasting, written record of the interactions between the other parent, the children, and themselves.
Proper documentation in a child custody case is key for support in family court. The challenge in child custody cases is to get important information to the judge while following all court rules. There’s an art to asking questions to elicit great expert testimony in custody court.
Make sure the questions you ask directly relate to what’s in the best interests of your child. At a child custody hearing, the judge will hear from both parents (and in some cases, a representative for the child) and determine the parenting plan that is in the child’s best. Complete a Complaint for Custody (CC-DR-004) to ask to the court to grant you custody. File the form in the Circuit Court where the child lives or where either parent lives. Make enough copies for the other parent and keep at least one copy for yourself.
Watch a video on how to file a custody case.
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