- Prepare. Prepare.
- Know the NH Family Court Rules.
- Have a Proposed Court Order prepared.
- Have supporting documentation when needed.
- Create an outline of your presentation.
- Know your cases strengths and weaknesses.
- Always be honest. Don't mislead the judge.
- Be objective and as kind as you can when appropriate.
- Know how much time you have to present the case and carefully follow it when you are in court. Follow how much time the opposing party uses as the case is heard in court.
- Know what the opposing party will argue and have your responses and objections ready to go when needed.
This answer is based on Attorney Rich Clark's experience in the following Family Division Courts located in Rockingham and Strafford County: Portsmouth, Brentwood, Hampton, Dover and Rochester.
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