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Written by attorney Molly S. Rosenblum | May 12, 2015

Tips for Representing Yourself In Family Court Part 2

While there is no requirement that you hire an attorney for court, the legal process is complex and very formal. It is strongly recommended that you have a lawyer to consult with or represent you. If you do represent yourself in your family law case, follow these tips to help your case go smoothly:

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While this list is not intended to be all inclusive, it is a guide to what you can expect in Court. Being prepared and knowing your case are very important for a good outcome. If you have any questions about what to expect at Court, consult with an attorney that can offer you some additional advice about your particular case.

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