How does having an attorney help in parental rights case?

The court treats all parents that come to family court as if they have the knowledge of an attorney and of all of the laws. Not having an attorney actually there for you means that you must then carry your case in the court as if you know all of the laws and procedures you must follow. Therefore, since your case is already at a disadvantage based on your prior history, your chances of overcoming that without an attorney are difficult.

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