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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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