What does Pro Per and Pro Se mean?
Pro Per and Pro Se are used interchangeably. They are both short for “propria persona,” which is Latin for “for oneself.” The terms Pro Per and Pro Se usually apply to a person who represents themselves in a lawsuit. People usually try to represent themselves in a divorce case. This is a great way to save thousands of dollars on attorney fees. Arizona does not require people to hire a lawyer for family court matters.
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