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Supporting self-reps  in all legal matters 

Self-Represented Litigant's Society
a 100% volunteer-run non profit organization
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Lawyer/Paralegal Referrals
Support Groups
(Now Running!)


Do you need to learn how to talk to a judge? Want some amazing tips on how to search for cases? Maybe you just need to talk in confidence, about your case with someone who will understand and won't charge you $250/hr?


As a non-profit, we offer services on a sliding scale based on your financial circumstances. Typically, rates for our members start at $12/hr. Please click HERE for our full rate schedule and contact us with questions.   stat

CLICK below to view, print & sign our SERVICE AGREEMENT:



Founded in late 2013, became a brand for helping individuals navigate through the family court system. Since, it has evolved into a peer-to-peer support network, a connection for people who feel alienated from the system and a source of useful legal information.


Incorporated as a non-profit in Canada on December 31, 2015,  "iRepMyself: Self-Represented Litigant's Society" became an official body specifically for self-reps.


Run by a Board of Directors of several professionals across Canada, the organization has its sights on expanding into new markets across Canada in the coming years.


For more about our Board, click here.

 Mission Statement 

Our organization exists to promote a better understanding of the law for all and to support access to justice for those who for any reason, represent themselves in legal matters by providing coaching, appropriate encouragement, legal information, referrals or other resources to those people


1. We envision a Canada that ensures all members of society, can have access to justice and fair representation in all legal matters; 

2. We envision all Canadians having the opportunity to access the justice system without prejudice, whether having legal counsel or not; 

3. We envision all Canadians that seek support in representing themselves in legal matters, finding that support outside of the decision-maker's venue; 

4. We envision an integrated justice system that welcomes and respectfully treats all parties before it, whether those parties are represented by counsel or not; 

5. We envision a justice system that evolves to meet the needs of its parties regardless of representation and without discrimination against those who represent themselves; and, 

6. We envision our organization will grow and learn from its members and that all Canadians that seek our support will receive it in some capacity.



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“I'm a single mother of 2 kids who barely makes more than the legal aid limit. My husband took the kids one night and we didn't have any agreement in place. He has custody of them and I needed to take him to court to just visit with my kids, so I represented myself, I couldn't afford a lawyer... ” - READ MORE


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