You can ask for a court appointed attorney if jail is a possibility.
All hearings follow the same basic format.
It follows this process:
1. The judge calls the case to begin
2. The Movant makes their opening statement
3. The Respondent (you) make your opening statement
4. The Movant calls a witness.
5. The Movant questions the witness and introduces any evidence through them.
6. After the Movant has completed that witness, the Respondent can question the witness.
7. The above procedure can be repeated back and forth with the same witness until both sides are finished with the witness.
8. The Movant will call their next witness and repeats the above process as does the Respondent.
9. After Movant has called all of their witness, the Movant "rest" their case.
10. The Respondent begins calling their witnesses and offering their evidence and the roles discussed above are basically reversed.
11. The Respondent "rest" their case.
12 The Movant then has an opportunity to present a rebuttal case which works the same as far as calling witnesses and offering evidence.
13. When both sides are completely finished and have rested their cases, the judge then allows Movant to make their closing statement.
14. Respondent makes their closing statement.
15. Movant has one more chance to make a rebuttal closing statement in response to what the Respondent said.
16. The judge then renders their decision.
17. The oral decision is then written up into a written order normally by the party that won and the judge signs the order.
18. Either party then has the chance to appeal the case.