Pro se custody


#1

You can ask all of those questions on cross examination and you do not have to notify his attorney in advance.

You should have recieved notice from his attorney of the court date, if you have not you can contact his attorney’s office, or you can call the clerk of court in your county and ask who handles scheduling of domestic matters, they should be able to tell you if a matter is scheduled for hearing.

Calendars are available on-line for some counties at www.nccourts.org.

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#2

During cross examination, can I ask my ex-husband( who has temp. custody) questions about specifics of how he is raisng our children? For example, what books they are reading? how and who the children spend time with during the day.etc…

also,before I ask these questions or use emails and such, how much of this info do I have to share with his attorney?

and how can I find out when the custody case is scheduled?