Can my Child Testify in a Minnesota Court?
Parents often call my office wondering whether their child can testify in a family law proceeding. The law technically allows it, but most judges are reluctant in allowing a child
What Is A Guardian Ad Litem in Minnesota And What Do They Do?
A Guardian ad Litem (“GAL”) is an individual appointed by the court to advocate for the best interests of a child in a juvenile or family court proceeding. The GAL
Appointment of Guardian Ad Litem
In cases involving child custody or divorce where parenting time is an issue, the court may appoint a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL). Minn. Stat. §518.165, subd. 1. The court must