Should I Try to Take the Moral High Ground in a Divorce Case?

high-road-during-divorceYou take the high road and I’ll take the low road, and I’ll meet you in the middle. You might wonder why I’m saying that, and here’s the reason. Sometimes in a divorce, it would be very easy to slam your future ex-spouse, say something about them. What a complete jerk they were during your marriage, how horrible they were in terms of talking with them, sorting out your feelings and the like, and sometimes you might want to do this because you want to trash talk them in front of the judge, so that the child that you have ends up being with you more so than the other parent.
Obviously, we don’t want to do that, but emotions are high in a divorce. You want to make sure that you keep things at a decent level, keep it honest, keep it pure, keep it simple. Don’t show your true emotions at the court, and if you need some assistance with knowing how to talk with a judge about the pros and cons of your future ex-spouse and the parenting of your children, give us a call. We’d be happy to help you.