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A Self-Help Kit is a package of court forms and instructions that has been prepared by the Family Law Information Centre of the Ministry of Justice. The kits are to be used by parties who intend to represent themselves in court on several different types of proceedings.
If you are not certain which kit you need, please contact the Family Law Information Centre to assist you in selecting the correct kit. Some of the kits listed here are available online, other kits are only available by contacting the Family Law Information Centre and requesting a copy through standard mail or email.
In completing your kit, you may find it useful to use some of the sample clauses below in your Notice of Application or draft Order documents:
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