Some unhappily married people complain that they cannot afford to divorce their spouses. Family law attorneys often charge a lot of money for services involving the family courts. In order to save costs, people are now asking themselves, "should I represent myself in family court?" The answer is often "yes," but you also need to consider your circumstances. Here's what you need to know.
Courthouses are big and have lots of rules. It can be hard to know what to expect when you go to court unless you have been there lots of times. Most certainly if your documents are in order and you present yourself in a prepared and respectable manner, you can expect the best outcome possible. If you plan to represent yourself in court in California, we encourage you to contact A People’s Choice to prepare the documents you need for your case
Did you know you can get your family court documents professionally prepared for a flat rate without paying exorbitant hourly fees by hiring a registered legal document assistant? If you are asking yourself, "how do I represent myself in family court..." here's what you need to know.