There are times in the divorce process when the judge may appoint a Guardian ad Litem to act in the best interests of the children. Often times, there may be conflicts among the parents regarding significant concerns of the children.
In these cases, it is the Guardian ad Litem's job to explore all the facts of the case and report back to the court after they speak with both parents and most often the children, as well as any other important witnesses that may have relevant information. They may also access medical and other records. It may be necessary to seek experts for any evaluations that may be needed.
Acting as a privately or court appointed Guardian ad Litem, you can have faith that Attorney Megan C. Wells places primary focus on the best interests of the children. When the children need a voice, she will speak on their behalf.
With a belief that communication is key, you can expect to always know what is going on with your case when you choose us to represent you. No matter what your situation is, you deserve compassion and care through the family law process.
Dealing with divorce is never an easy process. Most often, the children are caught in the middle. Rely on us to act on behalf of the children.
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