Trial preparation includes countless necessary tasks.  These are just some of them:

  • Developing arguments to be made on each of the contested issues
  • Researching and reviewing the relevant law in your case
  • Reviewing the facts of your case to determine which witnesses are best suited to testifying about them
  • Reviewing, selecting, and preparing exhibits
  • Preparing questions for all witnesses
  • Preparing an opening statement
  • Reviewing rules on evidence to prepare for any objections to be made or opposed at trial
  • Determining the order of witnesses and all exhibits
  • Preparing your file for the day of court, including preparing a trial notebook with essential information

Your lawyer is committed to a good outcome for you in your divorce.  He or she will be engaged in many important actions to fully prepare your case for trial.

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