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Court Without a Lawyer Community Interest Company. Company no. 7407783


Court Without a Lawyer
A Community Interest Company
Helping you to represent yourself in Court

 

Application form

for contact drawn

up and emailed to

you for only £25

Derek, a client

Thank you so very much, you provided me with a great start in my fight for my littlens. I cannot thank you enough! They are so much happier now they have almost equal shared care from both me and their mother.”

 

A High Court judge:

"Mr Barry was granted right of audience, and represented the appellant extremely well. He was articulate and well-prepared. I am grateful for him keeping the strong feelings out of the case."

Andrew, a client

John, i cannot thank you enough for the work you have done for me and your enthusiasm and beliefs for the work you do is probably the only thing that made me carry on .”

 

SPMF

We are founder members of the Society of Professional McKenzie Friends Ltd. The Society is a self-regulating Trade Association.

On this link you can see the standards of conduct to which we are held to account by the Society.

Help at Court

Representing yourself in Family Proceedings is not as difficult as it might appear at first. If you earn too much to qualify for Legal Aid, but not enough to afford the fees of solicitors and barristers, then representing yourself in court, with our help as your McKenzie Friend, can be a viable alternative.

For many people we help, the motivation is not mainly financial, but a desire to be in complete control of their case.

We help you to prepare your case, most of which can be done by email and phone and we will do as much or as little as you need us to. Once you have told us about your case, we can advise on:

Rest assured that if we think you need to employ solicitors and barristers then we will recommend you take that route instead of using our help. This may be appropriate depending on the circumstances of your case.