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Guardian Ad Litem

Courts often are overwhelmed and have limited time to find out what a family’s dynamics really are. In that case, the parties may agree or the court may choose to appoint a Guardian Ad Litem. When we are appointed as Guardian Ad Litem, we do an investigation and make a recommendation for custody, visitation and other rules for a family to move forward from litigation. Swilling Family Law has the experience and training to be a Guardian Ad Litem in your case.