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Tue 1st June 2010

Family Court Technical Group

Filed under: Law & Courts — Ken @ 11:54 am

Hi folks
I have created a private group for those who are involved as McKenzie Friends or self litigants in the family court that may be of interest to some.

It’s only for the technical aspects of running a case, what to do how to do it etc. Not for any other postings.

Feel free to take a look if that is something you may be interested in.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/familycourtsupportnz

9 Responses to “Family Court Technical Group”

  1. Scrap_The_CSA says:

    Great news, good idea.

    Regards

    Scrap

  2. julie says:

    Excellent thing to do, Ken.

  3. Ms IRD Officer says:

    Do you need any technical Advisors in your group Ken?
    Good initiative.

  4. julie says:

    What a lovely thing to offer.

  5. dad4justice says:

    I am full time McKenzie friend at Christchurch Court. Judges listen to me as they know I have them by the balls!

  6. julie says:

    Oh, yeah, this is looking like a perfect idea. Can I just say that I came up with an idea once and Ken gave support that you can only dream of.

  7. Jadie says:

    This is really needed!

  8. Ms IRD Officer says:

    Some argue that the problem with many judges is they have no balls for you to hang onto. Others have squeaky voices so maybe they had you in their courtrooms recently.

  9. Gerry says:

    Sounds good to me. I can assist in Auckland.

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