McKenzie Friends- Beware and be careful who you choose!The increase in Litigants in Person coming before the Family Court has increased as a result of the limited circumstances that Legal Aid is available in family proceedings. A decision not to take a solicitor or barrister to a Family Court hearing may not be financially motivated, […]
Our tips for surviving the family court process as a litigant in personFirst things first, we are sure that you will agree that Court proceedings should be seen as an absolute last resort when all else fails. You do not want to run the risk of ending up in contested proceedings and being landed with […]
Family Law Friends – We Are LiveWelcome to the blog of Family Law Friends. We are happy to launch our website. Family Law Friends provide professional family law advice for unrepresented parties. We are delighted to reach another step closer to those who really need professional advice.We hope to provide professional advice and services where […]
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Family Law Friend is a trading name of family law friend limited which is not regulated by the solicitors regulation authority (SRA)