In divorce and custody cases, a party often wants to provide testimony of witnesses. A party may wish to call someone who has witnessed a party’s parenting skills. Perhaps a witness was present during an instance of abuse or neglect. Witness testimony is one of the most common forms of evidence offered in these kinds of cases. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/calling-witnesses-in-iowa-cases
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This article will discuss: What rules govern witness testimony? What are lay witnesses? What may lay witnesses testify about in divorce and custody cases? How does a party get a lay witness to testify? What are expert witnesses? What may an expert witness testify about in a divorce or custody case? How many witnesses should a party call? Are there witnesses in temporary matters hearings?
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