I have covered this in detail in previous posts (You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know, Welcome to Family Court) but it bears repeating, it is the story that moves the Judge, not the boxes of evidence. The boxes of evidence operates more like the set in a play. It contributes to the story, but does not tell it.
The telling of the story in a way that causes the particular Judge who hears it to become moved to act in ways to take the children in question out of the situation they are in, is the goal.
The evidence is the flour, eggs and milk, and the story is the recipe.
Therefore, the construction of the story, the selection of specific examples with an eye to the specific audience of the Judge, is absolutely critical. In my experience, this is grossly misunderstood or underweighted in the preparation of Family Law cases involving Parental Alienation.
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