Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Going to Court Videos

Lucy Reed's much-anticipated (well, by me at least) videos aimed at helping litigants in person when appearing in court have now appeared and can be found below. The videos have been produced in connection with the forthcoming publication of the second edition of Lucy's book The Family Court without a Lawyer: A Handbook for Litigants in Person, although they also stand alone. Video 1 gives tips on preparing for court, Video 2 concentrates on what a court looks like and Video 3 gives advice on presenting your case to the judge. The videos provide excellent practical advice for litigants in person going to court and, totalling just over 30 minutes, represent time extremely well spent. I thoroughly recommend them to anyone facing the prospect of Family Court without a lawyer.

For more information see here.





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