A McKenzie friend assists a litigant in person in a common law court. This person does not need to be legally qualified. The litigants in person are entitled to have assistance, lay or professional, unless there are exceptional circumstances.
– Wikipedia 2014
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM THE MCKENZIE FRIENDS CLUB COMMUNITY
- Real practical help for men to get a great outcome for themselves and their kids.
- A private community sharing, guiding and helping each other on the journey.
- Right and wrong methods – And pointers that will increase your chances.
- Online secure journal.
- Private secure forums.
- Family Court Master Class.
- Private secure chat.
FAMILY COURT MASTER CLASS
Our online course ‘Family Court Master Class’ teaches you how to play the family court game with some of the rules and where to find all of them, plus how-tos, tips, traps and tricks to get you up to speed as soon as possible. ‘Family Court Master Class’ will show you what to say and what to do to protect yourself and your children in the family courts even if you are representing yourself.
Our primary objective in creating the McKenzie Friends Club Community is to give you the information you need to get the best outcome for you and your children.
Knowledge is power and with the knowledge you will gain, you will have the power to more effectively advocate for yourself and for the children you love.
We will help you to see the pitfalls and traps. Traps that you may never be able to get out of and will require you to live with for the rest of yours’ and your children’s lives, unless you handle the situations correctly from the very beginning.
- An immediate check-list of steps to take to safeguard your own and your children’s interests.
- Strategies for your financial issues.
- Strategies for Residence and Care of your children in their best interest.
- How to document your case and why – your own 100% secure online journal.
- Plotting information (Patterns of Behaviour).
- Gathering evidence.
- How to write Affidavits.
- Dress for Success in Court and why.
- Hiring a Lawyer.
- How to find an effective Lawyer.
- Evaluating your Lawyer.
- Negotiating Fees.
- Working with your Lawyer.
- Instructing your Lawyer.
- Representing yourself in Court.
- The Family Court process and what to do in each phase.
- Family Court orders for residence, contact and specific issues.
- Directions Hearings and what to do.
- What happens at Trial.
- How to deal with psychiatric or psychological experts and their reports.