I have had a lot of experience with trials. I have had many jury trials. But we don’t go to trial unless we absolutely have to. But we have had cases where one of the spouses kidnapped the children for six months. Those cases are going to trial, you have to have somebody that can develop the case and will be ready. Because in court it is not what you know, it is what you can prove. And if your evidence isn’t in admissible form, you can’t prove anything. So we absolutely get our clients ready. The decision on whether or not you are going to trial, and the actual flavor of the trial, the clients going to have a lot to do with. But they are going to making a lot of those decisions after we’ve educated them so that they know that doing this may these ramifications and that doing so may have different ramifications.
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