Sep 10, 2018
In contested child custody cases, a Court will often appoint a Guardian ad Litem ("GAL"). The GAL's responsibility is to investigate the situation and make a recommendation to the Judge as to what they think is in the children's best interest. In this show, Leh and Todd interview attorney and Guardian ad Litem Courtney Carpenter to break down the 10 things you should know BEFORE you meet with a Guardian ad Litem in your case. Understanding these 10 points will make a huge difference in how you tell your side of the story to the GAL.