Award of Attorneys Fees: The False Non-Equivalency

No one forces any party to get an attorney. It’s for that party’s own convenience.  On the other hand, the party litigating pro se (self represented; also “pro per”) usually does so for lack of funds to pay for an attorney.  The party with an attorney saves his/her own time and effort; the party without any attorney must work full-time as his own attorney.  He … Continue reading Award of Attorneys Fees: The False Non-Equivalency