Yes, I’m glad I didn’t go with the proposed “A Bit of LiP” as title for what eventually became “Family Courts Without a Lawyer – A Handbook for Litigants in Person“. But notwithstanding that sidestepping of a truly tragic title, sadly the Second Edition will still require a slight adjustment to its’ name since LiPs have now become SRLs. Hey ho. “Family Courts Without a Lawyer – A Handbook for Self-Represented Litigants” here we come….Slowly…
So, the purpose of this short post is to let you know I’m going into editing mode (Danger Will Robinson). This may make me tedious, crotchety, and slack on the blogging front. Unless I’m avoiding editing and using blogging as a neat work avoidance strategy (as I am at this VERY moment).
If you have a copy of the first edition and haven’t already sent me a long list of “fings wot are wrong wiv it” now is the time so to do (those of you who have already troubled to do so need not reapply). Any suggestions, corrections or additions would be gratefully received. No need to point out that I’m going to have to incorporate shared parenting, child arrangements orders and
abolish Magistrates describe Magistrates as Judges throughout.