Can Children Testify In Child Custody Hearings?

Date9/8/2020 8:36:40 PM
Building a family takes time, patience, finances, and support. Children must have a home and access to food and water as a minimum. Children are often the first to feel the negative effects of divorce. As a parent, you try to shield your child as much as you can, but it is just inevitable. Divorce means change. Change is always good, but sometimes to get to the good you have to go through the bad. If you want your child to testify, the courts do not like setting children up on the witness stand. Instead, they set up an “in camera” interview.

A Fort Lauderdale child custody attorney Gustavo E. Frances at The Law Office Of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A. helps you through this emotional situation. He can fiercely support you and communicate the message that you deserve to have that child in your life.
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