How do I get an attorney to represent me in court against my abusive ex narc who is filing for emergency custody of our children?
Two things (if the lawyer is a good lawyer, both in the senses of being a decent human being and worth his/her salt):
- a strong case (or at least a case stronger than your ex’s case). A strong case means a case that can win (not merely being “in the right”; if you are in the right, but cannot prove it to the satisfaction of the court, being in the right doesn’t matter in court)
- enough money to afford a skilled, vigilant attorney for the duration of the time that attorney’s services are needed. Without these things, it is unlikely you will find an attorney who will represent you.
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