Family Law Help

sitting in courtThe family law help website will help you run your court case in the family court.

In making applications, preparing your case, speaking in court, collecting evidence and finding assistants to attend court with you.

Also there is a mine of information about family law and also about keeping your spirits up.

I am a Lay advocate , McKenzie friend and legal assistant with 10 years experience in the family courts at county court level, high court level and appeal court. I have personal experience of being at the butt end of the family law system. It was a matter of educating myself with all matters pertaining to Family Law.

The goal of this website is for you to handle your own case where you can. When you can´t the goal is for tips and advice to be handed out on a as needed basis. When that is insufficient then a fee based system comes into play. For the preparation of trial bundles, position statements, statements, applications amongst other things. I charge a reasonable rate. I also do Mckenzie work in the London area and will attend court with you but I do charge for this also.

Contact me directly on george@familylawhelp.info

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