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Business Insider Asks Cordell & Cordell ‘What To Wear To Court?’

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what to wear to courtImage is important in domestic cases. The way you care for and present yourself is important in presenting your overall case. That’s why you should think of your physical appearance as your first exhibit.

Business Insider asked attorney Spencer Williams about what you should wear to court during your divorce case.

For men: A nice button up shirt and slacks will do the trick. Adding a sports coat and/or tie is “optional and nice but not necessary,” Williams advises.  In a pinch, a new and clean pair of dark jeans and a button-up or polo shirt will do.

For women: Stick with reasonable heels. “They don’t have to wear flats but watching someone in six inch heels wobble to and from the witness stand or even fall is not pretty,” he says. “Thigh high boots should be left at home. Stockings, if visible, should be traditional.”

Read the full article: “What Not To Wear To Your Divorce Hearing

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Frank Murphy

Frank Murphy is the Chief Compliance Officer and an Executive Partner at Cordell & Cordell. His responsibilities include oversight of the Firm’s compliance with Legal and Ethical obligations as well as contributing to the day-to-day operations of the Firm as an Executive Partner.

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