Jugges and Courts
In the UK - Not a good idea - Have you ever read Alice in Wonderland - going down the rabbit hole without support, can open up a whole new world of pain for you.
If you don't have a lawyer (a solicitor or barrister), you can take your own case or defend yourself in court or at a tribunal.
It's important to try to get proper legal help if you can. If you're on a low income, find out if you can get free or affordable legal advice.
Before taking legal action
Be realistic about whether you can get what you want if you take a case to court. If your dispute is about a misunderstanding or communication breakdown, court is usually not the best place to sort it out. It's usually better to try other options first.
Taking a case to court can be stressful. It can take a lot of time and money - for example, if you lose and you have to pay the other side's costs.
You can find out about alternatives to court action on Advice Now's website.
If you're trying to get money back
In the UK most Judges and the Legal profession are so far removed from the ordinary Day to Day way of life that they use the term ' I advise legal representation ' to protect there Licence to steal from everyday people, it has been long established that they treat the legal systems like a Private Club with the most extortionate and high rates even for the most simple cases, at County Court level you can represent yourself and it costs you very little, Divorce is one instance.