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Thursday, May 13, 2021

Handbooks for self-represented litigants from Canadian Judicial Council

Here is a new resource that some of you might find helpful. The Canadian Judicial Council has produced three handbooks for representing yourself in court. The three handbooks are civil law, criminal law, and family law. They are online and available at no cost by clicking here. The materials look pretty thorough and even contain some worksheets to help you build your case. 

The civil law materials, which apply to wills and estates matters, are generic in the sense that they cover all sorts of civil litigation. If you want help representing yourself in an estate matter and want material specific to estate litigation, check out my book called Contesting a Will Without a Lawyer.

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