How To Represent Yourself In The Family Court: A guide to understanding and resolving family disputes

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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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About the author

Jason M Hadden is a family law barrister, broadcaster and writer. Jason was a solicitor from 1997 until 2011 when he became a barrister. He was the radio lawyer on LBC in London. He has written extensively for magazines and newspapers on law. Jason was awarded the MBE for his work within the law in 2012.

Rhiannon Davies was called to the Bar in 2001 and has over 10 years, experience in family law. She regularly provides training and has published a number of articles within the field. She was appointed a Deputy District Judge in 2010.

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Oct 1, 2015
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Self-Help / General
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