How To Represent Yourself in the Family Court

"A guide to understanding and resolving family disputes"


Author: J. Hadden and R. Davies

Publication date: October 1, 2015

Buy from: - FORMAT: Paperback - RRP: £12.99

What the publisher says:

This book covers areas such as contact between parents and children, where a child should live and with whom, where a child should go to school, domestic violence and many other issues where agreement may not be possible.

It sets out the law in a way you will be able to understand and apply. and contains a wealth of practical tips to ensure that you present yourself and your case well throughout proceedings.

It will guide you in drafting statements, addressing the court, answering questions during cross-examination and dealing with professionals at court.

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