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When should a guardian ad litem be appointed in a child custody case?

By Erik Barnes In determining when courts may, must or should appoint a guardian ad litem, many factors come into play -- the Constitution, statutes, the common law, and the Rules of the Supreme Court of Virginia. Guardians ad litem are appointed to represent the interests of those the law deems incapable of doing so for themselves, either adults ...