In the event that you need to make an emergency application to the Court in relation to your children, divorce or finances, we are able help you prepare your application and detailed statement in support. Your statement in support is the most important document at this stage of the proceedings and will assist the Court in deciding whether to make the Order that you are asking for. Litigants in person should not be disadvantaged by poorly drafted statements and/or applications. Let us help you draft the best possible application. The better the application, the less you will have to say the Judge during the hearing as your statement will hopefully say it all. We will help you draft a concise statement at which clearly sets out your case. If you need us to, we will attend with you as your McKenzie Friend and take a detailed note of what is said so that you have this for your records in future and to assist any solicitor or barrister that you might instruct in the future.
We are able to draft your application without a face to face appointment and at short notice. Usually within 24 hours (depending on the complexity of your case). We can help you:
- Prepare you statement
- Prepare written responses to allegations made against you in correspondence
- Attend the hearing with and take a detailed attendance note which will be provided to you following the hearing
- Help you obtain the relevant evidence that you need in order to prove your case.
- Help you prepare you documents up to and including a final contested hearing.
- Point you in the direction of a highly skilled barrister to represent you at any final contest hearing for a reasonable one off fee.
Contact us today
We operate nationwide and our assistants are available to attend court with you or prepare documents at short notice.
Please feel free to contact us using the form below.
Family Law Friend is the trading name of Family Law Friend Ltd. This is a help and support service only. This is NOT a legal advice service.
Although we are qualified solicitors we do not hold practicing certificates to enable us to advise you as to the merits of your case. Our family law assistants are acting in the capacity of case preparation assistants as opposed to legal advisers and therefore we will not be responsible for any adverse decisions in your case resulting from documents that we have helped you prepare or guidance given to you prior to or during proceedings.
If you require advice as to the merits of your application or on what to say in statements and or applications, you should consult a practicing solicitor, one that is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority
Family Law Friend is a trading name of family law friend limited which is not regulated by the solicitors regulation authority (SRA)