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Court Chaperone

Going to Court ? Need a Court Chaperone – we understand how daunting and somewhat scary it can be to attend court, we can provide a chaperone to attend with you, also giving you the benefit of having an independent witness should the need arise.

Should you or your clients need additional support at court hearings, we have experienced Female & Male chaperone’s to attend with your clients throughout to ensure there safely and well being. Visit http://www.kentlegal.co.uk

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Going to court

If you’ve experienced a matter that ends up in court, you might be asked to go to court to give evidence or attend a hearing.

Attending court can be a daunting experience for anyone. There are lots of different roles in the court process and you may need support and reassurance, or just a friendly face.

Court Chaperone – we understand how daunting and somewhat scary it can be to attend court, we can provide a chaperone to attend with you, also giving you the benefit of having an independent witness should the need arise.

Should you or your clients need additional support at court hearings, we have experienced Female & Male chaperone’s to attend with your clients throughout to ensure there safely and well being. Visit http://www.kentlegal.co.uk 

McKenzie Friend

McKenzie Friend can best be described as anyone who accompanies you to court to help  support you at a court hearing.

our McKenzie Friends is able to sit with you in the court throughout the hearing be it 2 hours or 2 days they ensure your well being and offer support as well as taking notes to help you.

There are all sorts of different kinds of support for people who have to go to court – ranging from having a lawyer representing you, to having a friend or supportive person sitting with you in the courtroom or waiting area for moral support or to remind you of things you are worried you might forget.

The court is a public building and you are allowed to take a friend or family with you to court. Family Court hearings are usually private, but if you don’t have a lawyer you will usually be able to take someone into court with you to give you quiet moral support, to help take notes, – without speaking on your behalf. This is called a “McKenzie friend”.

we can provide a Male or Female Chaperone / McKenzie Friend, who will be with you throughout your attendance and provide support.

* the chaperones are not able to provide any legal advice, however they have previous experience of supporting both public and professional’s at court hearings.

* they will remain completely impartial and we guarantee 100% confidentiality.