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Family Courts Help Those Who Represent Themselves

Most of the people who enter the family court system in Clark County do so without a lawyer. So Judge Gayle Nathan launched a program to better prepare them for the legal system. Bad representation can damage a person's income and child custody case. So it is ever a good idea to go to court without a lawyer? And how can the courts help level the playing field for people without legal representation?

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Gayle Nathan, judge, family court

Sammy Ever, divorced father who represented himself in court

Ray Patterson, Retired UNLV law professor

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