Juvenile Guardianship Ad Litem Law

Juvenile Guardianship Ad Litem Legal Issues:

Guardianship Ad Litem Law

A juvenile Guardian ad Litem translates to "guardian for the lawsuit." Guardian ad Litem is a person appointed by the court to advocate on behalf of a child whose welfare is on the line. The Guardian ad Litem acts like a representative for the child, when it comes to court decisions that will affect the child's future or needs.

Consequences of Juvenile Law:

The Guardian ad Litem is not the only person who cares for the child, but is the only one who handles the well-being of the child in all court-related matters. Not to be confused with the juvenile guardian, the Guardian ad Litem cannot control the property of the child. The Guardian ad Litem also cannot act as the child's attorney and typically does not offer services for the child.

What a Juvenile Lawyer can do for you:

Juvenile lawyers can handle Guardian ad Litems, including child custody issues, visitation, relocation and contenting past custody hearings. Guardian ad Litem attorneys who act as a Guardian ad Litem advocate for the child's best interests in court.

Lawyer Referral Service:

If you need a Guardian ad Litem for a child's best interests, please contact Attorney Search Network. We can help you find a Guardian ad Litem attorney in your area who can assist you with juvenile laws.

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