In any child custody trial, the focus of the court is always on pursuing the outcome that will serve the best interests of the child. In order to make the right decisions about the needs of the child, or children involved, the courts need to carefully assess all of the information presented to them by the parties in the case, and their attorneys.
Often, to help convince the courts to see the case from the perspective of their client, child custody attorneys make use of specific tools, such as summations also known as closing statements. A closing statement helps to focus the court on the key points made during the course of the case, reminding them of why they should be making a decision that’s favorable to the client. Continue reading ›