Guardian ad Litem
- What is a Guardian Ad Litem
- When is a Guardian Ad Litem Recommended
- A Guardian Ad Litem has Been Appointed in my Case, What Should I Expect
- What Are Some of the Guardian Ad Litem’s Other Duties
- How much does a Guardian Ad Litem Cost and who Pays
- How Should we Select a Guardian Ad Litem
Often times when families are faced with the jolting deterioration of marriage, it is the children’s best interests that are forgotten in the midst of the conflict. Our belief that the well-being of the children caught in the middle of custody disputes should come first is unwavering. Vernadette Broyles serves as a court appointed Guardian Ad Litem advocating the best interests of children in the Superior Courts throughout metro Atlanta.
As a former prosecutor, Ms. Broyles has particular expertise in cases involving allegations of domestic violence, child physical abuse, or child sexual abuse, and has experience in cases involving children with special needs. Ms. Broyles also speaks Spanish as a second language and is able to provide assistance in cases involving Spanish-speaking parents.
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