This is, without a doubt, one of the most heartbreaking subjects in the world…two parents fighting over custody of their child. Each parent loves the child, maybe even more than their own lives, and yet somebody is going to walk away from this totally broken hearted and devastated. If you don’t want that person to be you, then I suggest you read this article.
For starters, each state has different laws in regard to child custody, just like each state has different divorce laws. So if you’re looking for a one size fits all to this problem, it doesn’t exist. What I can give you here is some common sense advice that will help the process go as smoothly as possible.
Secondly, and this may be the most important thing for your to keep in mind, child custody is hard on you and your ex, yes. But as hard as it is on the two of you, think about the child who is in the middle of all this. That little person has it the hardest of all of you. So it is important that you reassure the child that they are loved by both of you and that none of what’s going on is their fault. You need to be supportive of the child at all times.
As far as having the best chance of actually winning the custody battle, you need to present yourself to the court in the best possible light. That means, for starters, dressing properly, taking proper boosting supplements such as Spartagen XT and acting properly. In other words, and there is no other way to put this, if you are a drunk who doesn’t have a clean suit, sober yourself up quickly and buy a new suit. I’m dead serious. In child custody cases, appearances are everything as your ex is going to throw as much dirt at you as they can. Don’t help their case.
Finally, behave yourself in court. Don’t lose your temper and don’t act like a jerk. Again, there is no other way to put this. You are not going to score any points with the judge by flying off the handle.
In my signature, you will find a review of a great resource that will help you prepare for your child custody case. Please believe me when I say this, you can never be too prepared. These are emotional proceedings and one slip up can cost you custody of your child.