Players in the court system
You can rely on a lawyer to help you with most legal processes: founding a business, getting married, getting divorced or writing a will.
In addition, you can ask your lawyer for advice at any time, whether to avoid a dispute or to prepare your case as the plaintiff or defendant in a trial. You can also ask your lawyer to represent you at your trial.
Commissioner for oaths
In some legal processes you will be required to make an oath before a commissioner for oaths to make a document official, or to increase the credibility of your testimony.
The clerk is the court officer responsible for a court’s administrative services. The clerk's role is to provide a link between you, as a member of the public, and the various court officials, such as the judge or special clerk.
A bailiff is an officer of justice responsible for serving judicial or extrajudicial documents and enforcing judgments.