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A Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) is an individual appointed by the court to represent the best interests of a child or incapacitated person involved in a case in the superior court.


In order to become a GAL, an individual must complete a preliminary training program, provide background information to the court(s) in which the GAL wishes to serve and meet all eligibility requirements set by statute and individual county local court rules.

Our main focus for our immigration practice pertains to the Violence Against Women Act, VAWA. We also have extensive experience in a variety of other areas related to immigration law. Our legal team is cross-trained in each area of our practice, and we readily work with a variety of experts to help us find effective and creative solutions for your issues.

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Guardian Ad Litem

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