Standing tall in court

Sunday, November 25, 2007

A noncustodial father in court, many times maybe: slandered, degraded, lied on, insulted, shamed, disgraced, and dishonored. The whole of his person (his body, mind, will, emotions, and spirits) many times are under constant attack. This may not occur in just one court appearance alone. Many noncustodial fathers may have to appear before a judge several times concerning visitation, child support, and child custody.


How should a noncustodial father carry himself under such strain and stress? My advice is hold your head up high. Don't let what they say (whoever they are: judge, ex, ex's witness, or your children) down press you. Don't fear. Don't stress out. Don't have a nervous breakdown. Don't get into a verbal dispute with your ex or her allies.


You may feel angry about the whole process, but continually carry yourself as a man of integrity. Even if the judge doesn't acknowledge your efforts, god will.


BillH November 26, 2007 at 1:09 PM  

I do like your blog in spite of the fact that you practice law. Keep up the good work.

Bill Henner

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