Legal Question in Real Estate Law in Minnesota

represent myself at a trial

I am a defendant in a lawsuit involving real estate. I have been represented by an attorney but have run out of money to continue paying his fees. My questions are: can I represent myself at the trial scheduled for 2/23/09? If so, how do I make it happen?

Asked on 2/03/09, 8:32 pm

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Maury Beaulier612.240.8005 Minnesota Lawyers
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Re: represent myself at a trial

You can always represent yourself. If your atorney withdraws from representation, you would be compelled to represent yourself. All that is required is that your counsel withdraws.

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Answered on 2/05/09, 12:53 am

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