Nadine Behan has written a book that will be invaluable to the many people who find themselves parties to litigation and have no lawyer. Some tribunals exclude lawyers, many deal with subject matters too small to justify the expense of lawyers, and unhappily many litigants in important matters such as child contact simply cannot afford to have a lawyer but are denied legal aid. To all of these people, this book is a friend in need. Even when one can afford a lawyer, it is nice to know what is happening. Every step in litigation is carefully but simply explained, and illustrated by useful examples. In addition there is a glossary of legal terms, which will help the amateur understand what is happening. The book covers all of Australia and concludes with very useful lists of Dispute Resolution Services, Legal Aid Centres and Community Legal Centres where the reader, if necessary, may obtain further assistance. Nadine is one of those lawyers who specialised in helping the needy at community legal centres and through this book she continues to help the many persons who cannot afford to pay legal fees.
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