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If you are looking to represent yourself in court this book will de-mystify the legal process and arm you with the know-how and confidence to achieve a successful outcome.
We are going to suggest at the outset that if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to attend family court, this book will make for a most sensible purchase.
Who should read this book? Well, it's been designed for Litigants in Person (LiPs) but we would suggest anyone going through the family justice sytem would do well to have a copy by their side, even if represented by a professional - it's simply more reassuring to have your own knowledge of the processes adopted by the courts - and this book gives you the near perfect tool.
I got hold of a sort of bible I would say for all thosedivorcing, whether they DIY or not – DIY Divorce and Separation, an expertguide to representing yourself. It demystifies the legal process and providesthe parties involved with the know-how and confidence to handle a divorcethemselves or understand what your barrister is actually saying.
Very useful text, highly recommended to lawyers and LiPs alike.
Families struggling with #familylaw concerns, this book (about £15) will really help!
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