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McKenzie Friends - What are they?

A McKenzie Friend can be legally qualified and is able to offer advice and support to you before and during any court hearing.

If your case does need to go to court as a  Litigant in Person you will need to be able to present your own case in the Family Court. Your McKenzie Friend is able to sit with you in the court and offer advice and support as well as taking notes to help you further.

Our team of expert advisors support Families and their Children to help resolve family conflict.
McKenzie Friends are experienced and often professionally trained. Many have legal backgrounds and have experience in successfully representing themselves in a Family Court as a Litigant in Person.

Occasionally some Judges will allow your McKenzie Friend to present your case and speak for you (Right of Audience) in court.

Never underestimate the benefit of just talking through your situation with somebody who has experienced this situation and process before.

A McKenzie Friend can:

Jenny Lewington A.Inst.Pa



Our McKenzie Friends - here to help you:

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McKenzie Friends Practice Guidance July 2010

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Peterborough - Steven Allan

Gerald Cash BSc (Hons)

Dave Darby

Karen Cole  BA

High Wycombe




Rachael Ryan

McKenzie Friend

Welwyn Garden

Carol Wright LLB (Hons)

McKenzie Friend

Brentwood - Gerald Cash

McKenzie Friend

Peterborough - Steven Allan Welwyn Garden - Carol Wright


Philip Kedge  BSc (Hons)

McKenzie Friend

Kenneth Lane

McKenzie Friend

Alton (Hants)

Claire Hallam BA (Hons)


Gloucester - Karen Cole Preston - Les Culshaw High Wycombe - Dave Darby Hinckley - Claire Hallam Alton (Hants) - Philip Kedge Cardiff - Kenneth Lane Coventry - Jenny Lewington Leicester - Rachael Ryan

Steven Wade BSc (Hons)

McKenzie Friend

Merthyr Tydfil

Merthyr Tydfil - Steven Wade

The Institute of Paralegal's were granted institute status by the Secretary of State for the Department of Trade & Industry, after proving that they met the government's requirement and were a "professional body of the highest standing".

Their application for institute status was supported by, amongst others, The Law Society of England & Wales, the Bar Council, the Crown Prosecution Service and Citizens Advice.