Representing yourself in court means you take responsibility for the tasks that a lawyer would otherwise do for you.
People who represent themselves are known as Self-Represented Litigants (SRLs).
Our guides have information on:
- which part of the Supreme Court hears your type of case
- what it means to represent yourself
- Court fees you may need to pay
- stages in the Court process
- forms you need to complete
- documents you need to provide; and
- where to get more information and support.
The Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator may also be able to provide you with assistance.