Guardians ad litem and children’s attorneys in divorce litigation: how they work and how you can use them to help your custody case
When divorcing parents can’t agree on matters such as custody and visitation, the court will appoint an attorney to represent the interests of the children. These attorneys speak to the children, their teachers, relatives and parents to help to determine what living arrangement would be best for the children. This podcast discusses important ways of dealing with an attorney for children in a divorce.
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