You may be able to go to court on behalf of someone else, depending on the jurisdiction’s specific laws and the case’s circumstances.
Individuals are not usually permitted to go to court on behalf of someone else unless they are qualified legal professionals. This is because court proceedings can be complex and require a good understanding of the law and court procedures.
This rule may have some exceptions depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case involved. For example, if you are a legal guardian or next friend of a minor, you may be able to attend court on their behalf. Similarly, if you are a court-appointed representative or advocate for someone, you may be able to participate in court on their behalf.
Seek legal advice from a qualified legal professional in your jurisdiction to determine the court representation rules. This can vary depending on the jurisdiction and the type of case involved. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to apply for legal aid or seek assistance from a pro bono legal service.