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Self-Representation
 

Self-represented individuals are also referred to as "pro se" which means representing yourself in a legal action without the assistance of a lawyer or the legal counsel of an attorney.

This website contains information about resources, programs, services, calendars and scheduling to assist everyone involved in a family court proceeding. It does not provide legal advice. While there is no requirement to hire a lawyer to represent your interests in court, legal representation is recommended since the legal system is inherently complex.

The NC Lawyer Referral Service is a nonprofit public service sponsored by the North Carolina Bar Association Foundation. The NC State Bar provides a non-lawyer website with additional resources.

 
 
 
   
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