This article isn't about style, although dressing appropriately for court is a sign of respect that is a requirement for any case. Rather, it's about how to look good as a person, and, more importantly in a custody or visitation case, as a parent.
That doesn't mean you can't take a strong stand for what you believe to be in your children's best interests. As a parent, you must do that. But taking a step back to see where you can try to compromise, even if it doesn't result in settlement, can really go a long way in a custody or visitation hearing.
How can you do this?
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