Posted Nov 12, 2018
A guardian ad litem is frequently appointed in family law cases that involve allegations of child abuse, neglect, or abandonment. However, on can also be appointed in divorces and child custody cases, if one or more of the involved parties believes it is necessary for the child’s best interests to be protected. If you are currently going through a difficult divorce, and you are concerned about your child or children’s best interests being protected, then it may be wise to ask for a guardian ad litem to be involved in your case. Here’s what you need to know about appointing such an individual in your divorce case.
Posted Nov 02, 2018
Not long ago, bullying at school was often dismissed as “kids just being kids.” Victims were often told they needed to “toughen up” and learn to stand up for themselves, while bullies received only a slap on the wrist. Now, however, parents, educators, and health professionals are recognizing and acknowledging the lifelong impacts of bullying, and greater steps are being taken to prevent and correct such behavior.
Posted Oct 26, 2018
There are many different types of personal injury cases, and your case is going to be uniquely different from others. It’s important to hire the right lawyer to represent you to increase your chances of a good outcome. In this article, we’ll talk about the specific requirements your attorney must meet to best represent you and your case.
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