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17th June, 2019 by Alishia Marrocco
We know that for many reasons people may find that they have to represent themselves at court. This may be through choice because they don’t want a solicitor or necessity; they don’t have the funds. It can be a daunting prospect. We have therefore collated some top tips which will hopefully assist you in feeling more confident and prepared.
Finally, consider getting legal advice about the merits of your case or how to structure your arguments. This could be money well spent as you might see the way to a settlement more quickly or avoid doing things that could be detrimental to your position. A review of documents, statements or merits can be worthwhile. Also think about instructing a barrister directly for just the court hearing via the direct access scheme.
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