This is a roadmap to guide you if you are representing yourself at a child custody hearing and a list of things you can expect when you step into court.*
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When you are attending a evidentiary hearing or a temporary child custody hearing for example the judge will follow a certain process. So it is very important to know what happens at a child custody hearing and the custody procedures.
1. Who is the judge going to call to testify first?
Normally the judge will…