Expert Testimony

In Family by GWAO

If you require the assistance of an expert at your child custody or equitable distribution hearing, your attorney will want to give him or her some advice for effective testimony.  Although a lawyer should never tell a witness exactly what to say, it helps to provide pointers on how to share the most important information with the court:

(1) Listen carefully and think before you answer;

(2) Answer one question at a time;

(3) If important, respond (politely) if cut off or interrupted; and

(4) Don’t guess (at important matters).

If you need help with your separation, divorce, child custody, property division, or alimony matter, contact our Greensboro Family Lawyers today!