New Workbook - 'Going to Court: Self-Represented Parties in Family Law Matters'

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August 10, 2015
A hearing or trial takes place when you and the other person involved in your court case, and your lawyers if you have them, go to court to have a judge make a decision. Going to court on your own, without a lawyer, is called representing yourself.
 
There are things you can do to help yourself to prepare and present your case, and reading the 'Going to Court' workbook is a good place to start. The workbook contains information on:
  • getting legal advice
  • proving your case
  • what the hearing process is like
  • what happens at the end of the hearing

The workbook also contains worksheets and checklists that will help you to prepare your case for court.

This workbook was a collaborative effort between the Nova Scotia Judiciary, the Nova Scotia Department of Justice Court Services, and Nova Scotia Legal Aid.

 

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