Guide for minors to write their own affidavits to the courts

Many young persons under the age of 18 complain about not being properly heard by the courts and often their court appointed children's lawyer will refuse to report their wishes and preferences to the court. This new document which is under development by a committee of volunteers gives helpful information for those under the age of 18 on how to prepare an effective affidavit to submit to a court on their own. Contains an explanation of what an affidavit it, how to get it witnessed, how it is served, etc. This document also contains a couple of sample affidavits written by teens.

This document is available only to general members in the restricted members only section of the Canadian Registry for Public Accountability website at