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Lynn Toler hosts the show, which has been on the air since 1999. Divorce Court is still in session. The daytime legal entry has been renewed through 2019, Fox Television Stations announced Tuesday. The renewal cements Divorce Court's record as TV's longest-running court show.How real is Divorce Court?
If your question is how real that is compared to an actual court of law and what happens in divorce proceedings then it’s not very real. The only real part is that the parties try to snipe each other. Court is less juicy, less of a crowd and the judge does not really care about the gossip aspects of the marriage.What to expect at Divorce Court?
You should expect your lawyer to be prepared in Divorce Court. Just like you will be familiar with your case, your lawyer should be too. He or she should know the facts, know what your testimony will be, what questions will be asked of your spouse and witnesses and how the arguments will be presented to the judge.