Things You Should Do Six Weeks Before Your Child Custody Trial

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In this CTC live replay, Wendy Hernandez, family law attorney, starts off with things that you should be doing six weeks prior to your custody trial and then answering your questions.

Generally speaking, this is what I do 6 weeks before a custody trial. However, remember deadlines differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. I talk about checking your local rules, reading the judge’s minute entries, calendaring deadlines, and the difference between disclosing exhibits and exchanging exhibits, preparing your pre-trial statement, getting exhibits to clerks for marking, preparing evidence and witnesses, and getting mentally prepared for trial.

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02:40 Six Weeks…

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