Proper Courtroom Decorum, Please

It is extremely important to conduct yourself with courtroom manners that demonstrate respect to the judge and to the “system”, even if you are upset with a judge’s decisions or the all-too-often slow movement of the divorce process.
It is even more critical to retain an attorney who can be counted on to create a positive impression with the Court on your behalf. Your attorney is your connection to the Court. In a world where perception often becomes reality, you want to know that your attorney will present a dignified, professional face to the Court. After all, your attorney’s “face” becomes your face to the judge.
When you meet with your prospective attorney, it is essential to assess his/her knowledge of family law. But you must also assess whether this person can be counted on to conduct him/herself in the professional manner that you deserve.


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