How to run your family law case: representing yourself at a final hearing

How to run your family law case: representing yourself at a final hearing

Published: 
June 2013
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About this fact sheet

This fact sheet is for people who have had legal aid for their family law case and been helped by a lawyer to draft court documents and prepare for their hearing.

Their next step is representing themselves in a final court hearing in the Family Court or the Federal Circuit Court.

The fact sheet has information about:

  • preparing for court
  • how to behave in court
  • formal and informal court proceedings
  • where to find out more about courts and the law.

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