Category Archives: Guardianship
Planning For Special Needs Children in Divorce
While many people realize that getting a divorce while sharing minor children can be complicated, divorcing while sharing children with special needs can be even more complex because parents often have to provide for these children and arrange for their care long after the children are no longer minors. With the rate of divorce… Read More »
What is a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) in Florida?
When parents get divorced and/or otherwise go through a child custody dispute, sometimes the court will appoint what’s known as a Guardian Ad Litem to represent the child’s best interests (as a neutral third party). Guardians Ad Litem have typically completed mandatory training courses in order to become advocates, and effectively end up serving… Read More »