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Represent yourself in Family Court.

Represent yourself in family court with our Legal Coaching and Unbundled Family Law services. We can help you self-represent in matters of Divorce, Separation, Child Support, Child Custody, and more.

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Can I Represent Myself in Family Court?

The lawyers and paralegals at Crossroads Law are dedicated to access to justice and believe that people deserve legal representation that meets their needs and budget. Family law legal coaching or unbundled legal services can be a more affordable way to represent yourself in court while getting the professional help you need.

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What is Legal Coaching?

Legal coaching or unbundled family law services provide a more affordable alternative to hiring a family lawyer. Rather than having a family lawyer go to court for you, you represent yourself in divorce court and a family lawyer works for you in the background helping you draft legal documents, giving you advice and preparing you for court or family law mediation.

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What's Included in Family Law Legal Coaching?

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 divorce trial, how much legal coaching you need is up to you. 

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What Does Legal Coaching Cost?

With unbundled family law or legal coaching, you decide what services you need so there is no need to pay an expensive retainer. Unbundled family law services are set up so you can pay as you go, and they are are billed on an hourly basis or at a flat rate. If you just need an hour of work, that is fine. 

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Helpful Links

Resources to help you on your journey as a self represented litigant and choosing the right path in family law.


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