Examination for discovery, also called questioning in Alberta, is a vital process in which one side of a legal claim gets to question the other side under oath.
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In Family Court cases, you are not required to hire a lawyer. In some circumstances, family law litigants may not be able to afford a lawyer, or may prefer to present their case themselves.
By Chyanne Sharma: Vancouver Law Student, Paralegal So, you’re litigating your own family law matter.