What happens in the courthouse?Fortunately, many people do not have experience with the legal system before the are facing a divorce, a domestic violence case, or a child support hearing. However, this lack of experience can lead to unnecessary fears and frustrations when the time eventually comes for them to walk through the courthouse doors.
Be prepared and there is no need for concern
One of the keys to a successful outcome in court is to be prepared. This is where The Durst Firm can offer invaluable assistance. I have literally spent thousands of hours in courthouse throughout NJ. With this experience I am able to prepare my client as to what they can expect: is there parking? is it free? where is the judge’s particular courtroom? will I need to go through security? where are the restrooms. While these concerns may seem trivial, nothing is trivial when your life is directly involved.
How can attorney help with my simple case?
The hours I have spent in the courthouse have been supplemented with hours at the office and hours attending Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Courses. After examining the same issues present in your case from every possible angle, I am prepared to make the arguments to strengthen your position. Experience allows me to be comfortable addressing the Judge, enables me to anticipate counter arguments and develop responses on the spot. Outside of the courtroom, negotiation skills have been honed time and time again.
Simply put, experience matters. Even when a case appears to be simple, an attorney can be valuable resource. If you are interested in having The Durst Firm represent you, contact us today.
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