Child custody, divorce and lies

People seem so surprised that lies are told in court during child custody and divorce cases. Over the years, I've learned that judges tend to be skeptical of spin, and almost hungry for actual facts and documents. If you're trying to show that the opposing party in your case is untruthful, be prepared to show documents that contradict his or her story.

Use text messages, email messages, bank statements, pay stubs, pictures, whatever you can gather to bolster your case and show that you are the truthful one.

If you find yourself waging a court battle for your future, the integrity of your assets, or the future of your children and their health and safety, and you would like to sit down for a detailed analysis, please give me a call.

- Kevin Johnson
  312-493-4241 (cell)

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