GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

In Ohio, a guardian ad litem (GAL), is appointed by the court to assist a domestic or juvenile court in determining what is in a minor child’s best interest. But should A GAL be required to obtain a release of information?

GAL: Proving Your Guardian Ad Litem Is Conducting a Superficial Investigation

Crucial Steps Counsel Can Take To Challenge Investigation Findings From An Incompetent GAL (Guardian Ad Litem) A month or so ago I took a trip out to Lake Tahoe for one of my college buddy’s bachelor party.  Let me tell

Guardian Ad Litem: The Difference Between Winning And Losing

What To Do When The Guardian Ad Litem Is Not Doing A Thorough Job Those that have been involved in custody litigation are probably aware of the important role that a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) can play in the outcome.

A Dramatic New Guardian Ad Litem Rule in Ohio

Attorney Shawn Hooks examines the new ruling by the Ohio Supreme Court regarging the role and responsibilities of a Guardian ad Litem (GAL).

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