Self-represented individuals often lack the legal knowledge necessary to effectively argue their case.
Emotions can cloud judgment and lead to irrational decision-making in court.
Self-represented individuals may not understand court procedures, leading to missed deadlines or other errors.
Without legal representation, individuals may not have access to the resources needed to build a strong case.
The law can be complex and difficult to navigate without legal training and experience.
Representing oneself in court can increase the risk of losing the case and facing serious consequences.
Self-represented individuals may not have the objectivity necessary to evaluate their case and make sound decisions.