If You Can't Get Legal Aid for Your Child Protection Case
For people facing a complicated child protection hearing who have been denied legal aid but can’t afford a lawyer. Explains why you can ask for a court-appointed lawyer and how to apply. Includes the necessary forms and what to say to the judge in court.
Please note that the French version is under the former title (How to Get a Court-Appointed Lawyer for Your Child Protection Case) and does not include the recent minor updates that are in the English version.
This publication is for people who are comfortable reading and may have some legal knowledge.