It depends on the type of hearing you have as to how your Witness Statement is prepared. It has a far greater purpose than you may think. There are essential elements which vary between hearings.
The Statement needs evidence, thought, planning and good use of English language. It needs to explain, clarify and persuade the court to make the order you want.
Contact Simon Walland to use his skills to create a winning Statement for your next hearing.
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