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Experienced family and divorce lawyer, Rodger Bamber, discusses court costs, why you might need/want to go to court during a divorce and answers other questions about going to court during a divorce.
Family law specialist Roger Bamber explains what collaborative law is, how to get started and who collaborative law is right for. He also answers frequently asked questions about collaborative law.
Family barrister and mediator Lucy Reed explains how to prepare for your first hearing. This video includes useful information such as what to bring with you, how to behave, what to wear, what to expect from a first hearing and lots of other helpful advice.
Family Barrister and mediator Lucy Reed explains what to expect at a first hearing, what the court room looks like, who will be in the court room with you, how to address the judges and lots of other helpful information so you know what to expect from a first hearing.
Family barrister and mediator Lucy Reed explains how to give and challenge evidence in court. This video explains how to present your evidence to the judge, how to process works, what kind of questions to ask, how to behave and act during to hearing and lots of other useful tips and advice to prepare yourself to give evidence in court.
In this video by AdviceNow, They explain how to represent yourself in a family court including what to wear, how to behave, how to control your emotions and includes section showing you what and what not to do while in the hearing. This video will help you understand how to represent yourself the best way possible.
Family and divorce lawyer Caitlin Jenkins explains how to get a divorce in England and Wales including what the grounds for divorce are, how long the divorce process can take, if you can get divorced without an agreement including other frequently asked questions when getting a divorce.
In this video Ministry Of Justice UK gives you 5 reasons why you should consider going to mediation. This video explains who mediation is suitable and not suitable for and explains why mediation is easier than court.
In this video Ministry Of Justice UK explains and guides separating parents how to make a application to court. This video includes information on who will be there, what you need to do before making a application to court, what forms you need to complete, information on court fees and what paper work you'll need and includes lots of other helpful information.
In this video by The Ministry of Justice explains how to prepare yourself for a first hearing. This video includes information on how to find legal advice for attending court, what people you'll meet (such as judges, magistrates, CAFCASS officer ect) what to bring with you, what a McKenzie friend is along with lots of other useful and practical information on how to prepare yourself.