Guardian ad litem

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Guardian ad litem (Law) a guardian appointed by a court of justice to conduct a particular suit.
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Usage


In news:

The Guardian Ad Litem Program has a great need for volunteers in our area.
A Guardian Ad Litem Protects Best Interest of the Child.
How is a guardian ad litem dif­fer­ent from a guardian who man­ages affairs for someone.
A lawyer appointed to act as a guardian ad litem in a child abuse and neglect proceeding in the District of Columbia represents the child and the best interests of the child.
In the absence of a conflict between the two interests, the guardian ad litem is the child's lawyer.
From 10-11 am Sept 29, Starbucks, 1235 US 1, Vero Beach, will host Guardian ad Litem volunteers who will be available to talk to the public about the opportunities to volunteer.
Guardian ad Litem volunteers are the unsung hero's of North Carolina's court system.
'Toy Shop' for Guardian Ad Litem program.
The Guardian ad Litem program pairs volunteers with children who are victims, but too young to be able to voice.
Guardians ad litem stand up for kids.
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