Jan 21, 2019
Often in custody cases, children need their best interests to be represented at court. While lawyers appointed as child advocates speak directly for a child, children often cannot understand what they need argued in a complex case. Jim Rocco, a family law attorney, explains how a lawyer appointed as Guardian Ad Litem can help argue a child's true needs. He gives advice on how parents can effectively work with a GAL, and how to determine when cases may require one.
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