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What do i need to file to represent myself in a arbitration

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what do i need to file to represent myself in a arbitration case, or do i just come with the papers needed to dispute amount owed?
Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Brandon M. replied 11 months ago.

Good day, my name is Brandon. I am a licensed attorney, and I'm glad to answer your question. Nothing extra is needed to represent yourself in an arbitrated civil matter. In fact, most people self-represent (called representing yourself "pro se".) That said, if you're going into arbitration and have decided that it's not worth the expense of an attorney, there's nothing wrong with consulting an attorney as-needed to make sure that your rights are being protected. Does that make sense?