If you’re involved in a custody case, it is important to gather helpful documents to show the best interests of the minor child or children. These documents will be useful to your lawyer when negotiating a settlement or preparing for the hearing phase:
- Legal Documents & Records – All documents filed in court related to this case or child(ren).
- Medical Records – The child’s files maintained by appropriate health providers, including pediatricians and psychiatrists.
- Education Records – Attendance records, grades, test results, teachers’ notes, etc.
- Tax Returns – State and Federal income tax returns for at least the last three (3) years.
- Financial Documents, including Net Worth & Debt – Proof of salary, bonus disclosure, list of creditors, expenses, fringe benefits, etc.
- Photographs of Lifestyle, Home, and Child’s Living Quarters – Display the interior/exterior of home, the child’s room, play areas, friends, family, and child’s sports/hobbies.
- Child’s Drawings, Writings, or School Projects
- Potential Witnesses – Describe the person’s relationship to the child and family. How would this witness contribute to the case? Include the contact information for each witness.
If you are interested in initiating a custody action, or if you need help with a current custody case, you need the assistance of a trustworthy Greensboro Custody Attorney. Call our affordable family lawyers to schedule a consult today: 336-379-0539.