REPRESENT YOURSELF IN THE FAMILY COURTS – Be Prepared. Be Ready. Be Confident.

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Advice on representing yourself with confidence

Why representing yourself in court isn’t as difficult as you might think

You might have already decided you want to represent yourself in court, or perhaps you’re still mulling it over. Perhaps you’re worried you’ll mess it up and jeopardise your case, but you don’t have the money to pay a solicitor to act for you. It’s a big decision. Whatever your situation, you need to know […]

Enforcement of Child Arrangement and Financial Court Orders

When the court makes an order, whether it be for children, finances or any other area of law, the court assumes that it will be followed. A lot of work and effort will have gone into reaching the point that an order is made, and it is made for good reason. However, the court do […]

Injunctions in the Family Courts

An injunction is an order which prevents someone from doing, or not doing, something.  Both of these actions are particularly relevant in the Family Courts and are a very common feature of the court system. The most common types of Injunction are to prevent domestic abuse or to prevent the removal of a child.  Allegations […]