When most people picture a courtroom scene, they conjure an image of two parties in dispute with both parties represented by an attorney. In the real-life version of this courtroom drama, millions of people decide to represent themselves in a court of law without the benefit of a lawyer's expertise and experience. The best lawyers demonstrate an impressive recollection of the facts, details, and legal intricacies of each case they represent and an ability to develop a winning strategy from such details. A Guide to Self-Representation can help you emulate this behavior.
Regardless of whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant, if you’ve decided to represent yourself in civil court the sooner you understand the mechanics and nuances of the civil justice system, the more likely you are to have a successful outcome. A Guide to Self-Representation is an invaluable resource for understanding the law and navigating the civil justice system.