Our experience is that written online advice is far more accurate than oral advice received in a chamber. So please bear with me while I ask this question:
My aunt needs to make a submission in court that she was not involved in any mediation but we don't yet have an advocate. Since this is a crucial submission she does not want to just give it to anybody.
What options does she have?
1.Can she send letter/memo to court by post as party-in-person?
This would be most preferred because if by chance she misses the hearing she may not have another chance since .(?)
2.Can advocate e appointed only for that hearing with direction to submit her letter/memo? (somewhat like a limited power of attorney for a specific task (She is not yet ready to appoint someone in a hurry to handle the case itself)