This website is designed to offer you resources about how to prepare for court if you are not represented by a lawyer.
Representing yourself in court is challenging. Many people hire a lawyer to take their case to court. Lawyers have training and experience - and know how the system works. Even if you end up representing yourself in court, it's a good idea to start by talking to a lawyer about your problem.
If you do represent yourself, the following resources are available from this website:
Click here for more information about the Self-Represented Litigants Project of the Court Services Division of the Nova Scotia Department of Justice.