Hold your hand through a Final Hearing, including Cross Examination
Final hearings are the most important, as that is where the decision on any application will be made. The decision will be based on evidence that has been provided, and a major part of that evidence is your cross examination. During cross examination you'll use questions to expose dishonesty and inconsistencies in the other party's version of events, and how allegations that have been made against you are impossible or have been described inaccurately. Your preparation needs to be thorough and the best it can be. This service includes keeping in touch with you, discussing your options, assessing events as they unfold and advising you on how to handle them. It includes writing your cross examination questions and closing submission, and being on hand to advise you before, during and after the hearing.