If you have to appear in court to testify in a motion or in a hearing, there are many things that you have to remember and your matrimonial attorney is going to prepare you thoroughly before you appear.
There’s one thing I want to share with you that is absolutely essential for you to remember. Judges are always assessing your credibility. Credibility is the most important thing that you could ever bring into the courtroom with you and to have credibility, you have to be reasonable in your positions, you have to be open to compromise, and you have to understand the arguments of the other side. Judges are very smart, they read the papers, they are always looking at the people that testify and they’re making evaluations all the time. Again, you have to present as a credible person, somebody who is honest, who is forthright, and somebody who is reasonable above law, and if you do that, you’re likely to get a better result.
Are you worried about appearing in court to testify? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys of Williams Law Group.