Can I Represent Myself in Family Court?

Can I Represent Myself in Family Court?

Family law legal coaching is also sometimes called unbundled family law legal services or a limited scope retainer. Legal coaching is a way for you to get the help and advice you need to represent yourself in your case, but you decide how and when you need it. This way YOU control how much you spend for legal help, and YOU control your family law case!

If you plan to represent yourself in family court, legal coaching can help empower you to get the results you want at a price you can afford. Whether you need 15 minutes of legal advice or two days of assistance preparing for a trial, how much legal coaching you need is up to you. 

We believe you deserve the freedom to choose how much legal help you need. When you use a legal coach through Crossroads Law, you only pay for the services you require. For more information on our billing processes for legal coaching, check out our Billing FAQ. Get help with your case no matter where you are!

At Crossroads Law our legal coaches are available to coach you by phone, videoconference, or email anywhere in Alberta or British Columbia. There is no need to go to an office, so if you are in a remote or rural area you can still get the legal coaching you need to represent yourself in your legal case.

People who represent themselves in divorce court can benefit from legal advice and assistance in the background. Legal coaching for your divorce or family law case may give you the assistance you need to get you the results you want.”