How to Remove a Guardian Ad Litem in Georgia?

Answer A guardian ad litem in Georgia is an individual who is appointed to protect the rights and interests of a minor, who is called a ward. The guardian is appointed by a family court where there are an... Read More »

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How does a child in the custody of Georgia Department of families get a guardian ad litem?

Not many people would want to marry into a pre-existing relationship between you and your adopted child. I am not used to the concept of an unmarried person having "stabilized their family conditi... Read More »

What questions does a guardian ad litem ask?

The GAL will first have an office visit with each parent and have a home visit at each household. They will ask what the concerns are for each parent and information on the history of your case. Th... Read More »

How to Report a Guardian Ad Litem?

Family courts are increasingly using guardians ad litem to determine proper disposition of child custody cases. A guardian ad litem is a person hired by the courts to represent the child. They are ... Read More »

How to Appoint a Guardian ad Litem?

A guardian ad litem (GAL) is an attorney who represents children. A GAL is appointed by a judge in high-conflict custody cases and child abuse and neglect cases. A child in an abuse and neglect ca... Read More »