Representing Yourself at Your Family Law Trial – A Guide
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Representing Yourself at Your Family Law Trial – A Guide

This guide is intended to help people represent themselves in a family law trial at the Ontario Court of Justice. It includes information on disability accommodation and interpreters, basic information on the Family Law Rules, offers to settle, costs, the Trial Management Conference, witnesses, financial statements documents and medical records, what to bring to the trial, how to conduct yourself in court, proving your case, opening statements, evidence, expert witnesses, questioning witnesses, objections, closing statements, and the Judge’s decision. The guide also provides a Family Law Trial Flowchart to help explain the steps in the process.

Produced in
2012