Support Through Court

Support Through Court is a UK-based charity that provides practical and emotional support to people who are representing themselves in court (litigants in person). The organisation has a network of volunteers who help litigants in person to prepare their case, accompany them to court, and provide emotional support.

Submitted on 01-01-70

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Most people who represent themselves in court quite understandably find the experience to be overwhelming and stressful. Support Through Court can be very helpful if you have a legal problem as they can provide you with the experience, support and guidance to help you represent yourself effectively in court.

They offer practical assistance, such as helping you fill out forms, draft legal documents, and prepare evidence for your case. They can also help you understand the legal process and navigate the court system.

In addition to practical support, Support Through Court can also give you emotional support. Representing yourself in court can be a difficult and isolating experience, but the volunteers at Support Through Court can offer a listening ear, provide encouragement, and help you stay focused on your goals.

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