Dress to Impress: What to Wear for Your Day in Divorce Court

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First impressions are very important, especially in front of someone who will make decisions regarding your divorce and all other aspects associated with it. Unfortunately, far too often, individuals don’t go to court wearing the right clothing, and it can easily impact how a judge looks at your case.

Before you move forward with divorce court, it’s vital to know what to wear. Below are some helpful tips you can utilize when getting ready. Remember, your first impression can go a long way, as well as your demeanor.

Clothing for Men

For men going into divorce court, remember that court is a dignified and respectful environment. You need to ensure that you’re not going into court with a t-shirt, jeans, shorts, tennis shoes, sandals, or any kind of clothing that is too casual. You can wear a suit, but business casual is typically perfect attire for your court appearance. Slacks and a button up shirt with appropriate shoes would be acceptable.

Clothing for Women

For women, make sure you’re not wearing anything that is too revealing. You want to show professionalism in these situations. For instance, you can wear a nicely ironed blouse, slacks, a skirt that goes below your knees, and other similar clothing.

Still Not Sure?

If you have to go to divorce court, you can speak with your attorney about what you should wear. It’s important for you to know what to expect during the process, and your attorney can provide you with great insight regarding what you should wear for your appearance, as well as other factors, such as how you should act, things you should and shouldn’t say, and more.

At TRABOLSI | LEVY | GABBARD LLP, we want you to have a favorable experience when you have to go to divorce court. Going through a divorce is difficult enough, but having to experience court and someone else making important decisions in your life can be overwhelming. Our Los Angeles attorneys will be with you every step of the way.

Call our firm today at (310) 455-8364 to discuss your case and learn how we can help you.

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