Representing Yourself in Court (CAN)
This is intended for a Canadian audience.
Number of pages: 224
Retaining and hiring a lawyer to deal with courts, claims, and minor disputes can be costly, and in certain circumstances, unnecessary.
Clients dissatisfied with legal representation or eager to save money have turned to pro se, or self-representation, in increasing numbers. While some court cases necessitate a lawyer’s help, such as criminal cases, Representing Yourself in Court helps people who want to represent themselves in simple cases, such as small claims or family matters, to do just that.
Author and lawyer Devlin Farmer has experience guiding clients to the most affordable and effective solutions for their individual situations; his advice on representing your interests is invaluable. This book guides you step by step through the process of self-representation, with practical suggestions and tips on where to look to find what you need to move forward with your case. The exclusive download kit included with this book offers bonus materials to help you as you research, file, and represent yourself in court.
Going to court often means something is going wrong, but Farmer helps you avoid common pitfalls so you can gather the knowledge and the confidence to represent yourself, and head toward the greatest chance of success in your case.
|Publication Date||Dec 14, 2015|
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