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What Will My Attorney Do at My Divorce Trial?

Posted by Aaron Thomas | Jun 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

If your divorce case goes to trial, you'll fare better with an attorney representing you rather than trying the case on your own. When you represent yourself in court, the judge will hold you to the same standards as an attorney, which means you'll need to know how to present evidence, examine witnesses, and make and respond to objections: all things that most non-attorneys don't know.

Many spouses going through a divorce consider the high cost of legal representation and start to question how exactly an attorney might help them during a divorce trial. In this article for, I explain the role your lawyer will play if your divorce goes to trial.

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Aaron Thomas

Attorney Aaron Thomas began his legal career in 2002, as an in-house staff attorney for Habitat for Humanity International. He then honed his trial skills from 2004 to 2007 at the Dekalb County Public Defender's office, rising quickly through the ranks, representing hundreds of indigent clients facin...


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