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A House Divided: Practical Tips for Family Law Issues

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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