I have been a litigant in person following my divorce that lasted 4 years in the courts in London, UK. As I moved my case successfuly and now I have a clear understanding of what one should and should not pay to have legal representation in divorce proceedings, I decided to start a charity to help those in financial need going thorugh divorce.
I have a legal background and now I am focused strictly on family/divorce matters in PRFD, RCJ, Supreme Court, ECHR.
I have over 12 years of corporate experience from an English speaking country. I found mayself involved in extremely difficult divorce proceedings with damages now over £10 million payable by the government. I am qualifying in the UK now and focusing on family law and human rights, hence the higher courts and ECHR.
I also deal with failed Legal Aid family cases.
I just opened the account so will go back to make the changes. I am still figuring out the website. )
I became a litigant in person as I needed control of my case. My solicitors in the beginning made a lot of mistakes and forgot to inform me of procedure, wasted costs etc. So I took my matter into my own hands and started reading the law, cases, procedure etc. It took some time but I have changed the laws in a way. I cannot give much details at this time as the newspapers are going into more details. I have not read all the posts here but I can see admittance that the solicitors make mistakes and these mistakes do affect people. Keeping calm is essential in divorce proceedings.
PS; I am in no competition here with anyone. ) Happy to see that people talk openly about divorce and they move on once it''s concluded.