Q: I have not seen my son in 3 years since he was 4 months his mom has denied me visitations many times so I took it to
Court but she hired an attorney. What can the attorney have or say against me? I have not talked to her for 3 years so what can they have against me. I have proof of her and her boyfriend telling me and my girlfriend stuff wanting to fight my girlfriend because I have asked to see my son
A: The attorney will advocate for the client. Attorneys are skilled at excluding evidence and making appropriate motions and objections. Courts will listen to the attorney for clear arguments. If the other side has a weak case, the attorney will help that person as much as possible. Both sides need to argue the case. You should consider hiring a limited scope attorney if you can’t afford a fully retained attorney. Most attorneys offer a free initial consultation. If you have evidence that you want to present, seriously consider the help of an attorney since you’re going up against one.
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