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The major concerns in child custody cases

For parents in Florida dealing with a divorce or the end of a relationship, the most complex and difficult questions to resolve often relate to caring for their children. Child custody decisions can be contentious and painful as both parents often seek the maximum amount of time with their children. When parents can come to an agreement among themselves, they can often develop a mutual understanding about how to handle custody issues. In many cases, however, the court must make a determination as to how custody will be handled.

When is a guardian ad litem necessary?

A guardian ad litem (GAL) is an impartial court appointed person that acts as a representative in the best interests of a minor child. In situations when a GAL has been appointed, the court has identified a need for a person to protect the interests of the child, who is unable to protect themselves.

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