Represent Yourself in the Family Court

(and do yourself justice)

I know what you’re going through..

Things might seem a little unfair at the moment. You’re having a tough time and you’re understandably worried about the court process. Maybe you’re weighing up whether to represent yourself in court or pay £1000’s to a solicitor to act for you. Perhaps you’re worried you’ll mess things up if you do it yourself.

But you can take back control..

You can represent yourself in court successfully without it jeopardising your case, saving you £1000’s in solicitor fees in the process. The thought of standing up in court might fill you with anxiety, but with this course under your belt you can be confident that you’ll present yourself in the best light. You’ll also give yourself the best chance of coming out of the courtroom with a satisfactory arrangement in place.

It’s not as difficult as you might think..

The Represent Yourself course will walk you through the whole process step by step, and I’ll be on hand by telephone to answer any questions and support you all the way. You can study online at your own pace with lifetime access, and the course is simple and easy to follow. You’ll also get access to a private group just for students to discuss any aspects of the course.

I’ve been where you are now – you can read more about my story here – so I know how it feels, but I also know that YOU CAN DO THIS.

Imagine how much more confident you’ll feel walking into that courtroom with all this knowledge behind you.

What you’ll learn on the course

Module 1: The reality of representing yourself

Get all the answers to your burning questions like:

  • Is it a good idea to represent myself and how will doing so affect my case?
  • Will it be like I’ve seen on TV?
  • What do I even call the judge?
  • How will I know what to say and how should I present myself?
  • Where can I find all the information I need to prepare?
  • Can someone accompany me to court?

Module 2: Preparing for the First Hearing

  • What forms you need to complete and documents to prepare (including samples).
  • How CAFCASS (Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service) can help you.
  • Countering an offer from your ex’s solicitor if you aren’t happy with it.
  • What makes good evidence and what to do with it.
  • Setting realistic expectations for contact with your child.
  • How you can access further advice and support.
  • What happens on the day and afterwards.
  • How to cope with nerves and a fear of looking stupid, and focus on driving your case forward.

Module 3: After the First Hearing

  • How to gather further information if requested by the court,
  • Accessing drug, alcohol and mental health reports.
  • Obtaining a Section 7 report.
  • What the Final Hearing is and how you can prepare for it.
  • How to write a Statement and get support with this.
  • Seeking further help and advice.

People I’ve helped take back control say:


“Excellent course. Lots to think about”

“Very helpful and much appreciated. Thank you for sharing your insight”

“Thank you so VERY MUCH”

The details

  • £50 one-off payment
  • 3 hour online course covering 3 modules
  • Start whenever you’re ready
  • Telephone support throughout
  • Access to a private, supportive group of fellow students
  • Sample documents to download
  • Lifetime access to the course so you can dip in and out whenever you like

And if you need a little more convincing…

Why not take a look at my FREE lecture on representing yourself in the family court. I’ll walk you through what you need to know about the process and you’ll get a taster of what you can expect from the course.

Here’s a quick preview

And if you want to see the full version just pop your details in here and you’ll get instant access to the whole lecture .

I’m sure after that you’ll feel ready to dive into the course and feel confident that you’re as prepared as you can be for representing yourself in court.