Are you a parent and involved in a child custody case? If the answer is yes, then you are here at the right place. While it is very important to understand what family law is all about, it is equally important to keep calm, stay focused, keep a positive mindset, and avoid certain mistakes, if you want to win the case.
Without further ado, let us jump straight to the point and understand what mistakes to avoid that could potentially hurt your case. Read on to learn more!
Don’t Bash Your Partner on Social Media
Since we are living in a digital world, it has become more common to express how one is feeling and share live streams on social media, such as Facebook, YouTube, and so on. If you have filed for child custody, you are under the radar, and everything that you do or say, socially on social media can be used against you and affect your case.
Now you might have blocked your ex-spouse on social media. However, remember the fact that not everyone on your friend list is your friend. That said, stay away from posting on social media about matters related to the child custody case, jokes about your ex or the court hearings, pictures about your previous partner, degrading remarks, and threats.
Understandably, the act of filing for a divorce or child custody might be the toughest phase of your life. However, if you want the case to turn out in your favor, you must keep calm, protect your mental health and the mental and physical health of your children.
By posting mindless things, you might affect the case, and lose child custody and even damage your relationship with your children, friends, and family.
No matter how fancy it sounds to be representing yourself in the court, and no matter how strong you think your case and how high the chances of you winning the case are – don’t make the mistake of representing yourself in the court.
By hiring a professional attorney, you won’t only sign up for a strong voice and an expert representative in the court, but your chances of winning child custody also increase dramatically. The lawyer is a professional who knows the laws well and is familiar with court proceedings.
If you make the mistake of being your own representation. In that case, you will get lost and confused with handling all the paperwork on your own, navigating court dates, and scheduling visitation dates and whatnots.
Hiring a professional attorney can shift more than half of your stress and burden on the lawyer. At the same time, the professional will also help you navigate through each court proceedings and guide you about what you can expect to happen next and how you can win the case.
Besides avoiding the above-given mistakes, also make sure that you stay positive, relax, do yoga, and practice positive self-affirmations every day. By taking care of your emotional, mental, and physical health, you will maintain a positive outlook and emerge victorious in the end.