May 17, 2016 Archive, Blog, Brad M. LaMorgese, News
Tip 1 Follow the court orders.
This simple act will set the case up for success. Conversely, failure to follow the court’s orders can be a “case killer.” Courts frown on obstructive and malicious behavior. This means that a spouse should timely pay child support, follow injunctions, and various other orders of the court. An executive may not be used to following orders, but it can be disastrous to flout the judge.