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McKenzie friends support litigants in person in presenting their own case at court hearings, when they cannot afford legal representation. McKenzie friends either accompany the person to the court hearing to assist with out of court negotiations and note taking and advice whilst in the court room or do so online in remote (video or telephone hearings), providing emotional support and quietly advising on points of procedure.
Prior to the court hearing Graham assists people with application forms and the preparation and wording of their statements.
Graham is a published author on how family courts work. His book “Eyes Wide Open - How to present your own case in family courts against lawyers” has 5 star reviews and he has over 140 reviews online from people he has supported through the family court process
You can watch Graham's Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_aI0e9YbyHOl9jHtAPSbhQ
Graham works as a professional McKenzie friend and divorce coach, with years of experience supporting parents in family courts across southern England. He successfully presented his own case in his divorce proceedings without a solicitor and his two children live with both parents equally. Graham is experienced with child arrangements applications, divorce finances, non-molestation and oocupation order applications
Graham is passionate about sharing his knowledge of how family courts really work without using legal jargon. As a trained mentor he is focused on helping parents who decide to present their own case at court without a solicitor so they can increase their chance of achieving positive outcomes. His child centred approach is a result of 15 years experience of working with children and families. Graham is very focussed on assisting people to remain as calm and focussed as they can on the day of court and his many client testimonials show that you can put your trust in him as the right McKenzie friend for your family law hearing