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Who should use this fact sheet?
Use this fact sheet if you had legal aid for your family law case and your lawyer helped you draft your court documents and prepare you for your final court hearing. You now plan to represent yourself in court. When you arrive at court, tell the judge’s associate that you are representing yourself.
What do these words mean?
Words that are highlighted in bold the first time they appear are explained in the Family Law Courts’ fact sheet Legal words used in court. See the Family Law Courts website.
The attached factsheets or other similar documents are provided on an as-is basis on behalf of the document authors. If you require any further information on the factsheets, please contact the factsheet authors, as credited on the factsheets themselves.
Categories: Self Representing in Court
Tags: court rules, evidence, Family Court rules, litigant in person, self-represented litigant