Find help with Court processes, answers to frequently asked questions and contact information to get advice when you represent yourself.
Help with court processes
For more information on court processes and representing yourself see:
- Representing yourself - frequently asked questions
- Free and low cost legal help
- Preparing an affidavit
- Preparing an electronic court book
- Preparing for a virtual hearing
- Legal reference material
- Support services
- How to address a judge
- Videos to help with Court processes
If, after reading the information contained in these pages, you would like to contact the Self Represented Litigant Coordinators please email them at email@example.com@detneserpernu with your question and your phone number, so that the Coordinator can phone you if needed.
If you are proposing to appeal or review an order please attach a copy of the order to the email.
You will receive an automated email response when we have received your email. We will endeavour to reply within 24-48 hours.
Who to contact for information when you represent yourself in court
Self–Represented Litigant Coordinator
Supreme Court staff can answer questions about Court processes, however they cannot give legal advice, or help you prepare or present your case.
The Self–Represented Litigant Coordinator specialises in helping people who are representing themselves. They can assist with:
- procedural and practical advice
- information about court forms and fees
- information about alternative methods of resolving a dispute
- organisations that provide free or low cost legal services
- self-help packs on various types of proceedings.
Phone: 03 8600 2031
Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am-4pm, closed on public holidays
Principal Registry (general enquiries)
Phone: 03 8600 2000
Address: 450 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Hours: Mon-Fri 9.30am-4pm, closed public holidays