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A position statement is a document that you prepare before a court hearing to outline your side of the story and what you want the court to decide. It helps the judge understand your perspective and the key points you want to make, without having to go through all the details during the hearing.


The main purpose of a position statement is to clearly and concisely present your arguments, evidence, and what you are asking the court to do. It ensures that your voice is heard and that the judge has a clear understanding of your position on the issues being discussed.

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