From identifying bias in reports to preparing your witness to building a psychological case in court, here are some great tips on gathering and presenting evidence to support your case.
A review of the evidence case Jensen v. Poindexter that went through the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2015.
A review of the evidence case In re Marriage of Edwards that went through the Montana Supreme Court on Jan. 13, 2015.
A review of the evidence case McLeod v. McLeod that went through the Mississippi Court of Appeals on August 12, 2014.
A review of the evidence case Pierson v. Pierson that went through the Florida District Court of Appeal, First District on August 18, 2014.
A review of the evidence case Matter of Serodio that went through the New Hampshire Supreme Court on August 22, 2014.
A review of the evidence case Greenan v. Greenan that went through the Connecticut Appellate Court in 2014.
By Laura Morgan: Husband improperly spent a portion of his monthly income on his girlfriend, not the entire previous balance of the 401(k) retirement funds, which was used for attorney’s fees.
Screenshots from internet social networking site (Facebook) were admissible in child custody action to demonstrate bias in custody evaluation.
Husband chose not to disclose evidence of his financial circumstances in the divorce and appeals from order to pay for wife’s attorney’s fees.