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You can type up any document that you like to object to inaccuracies in the GAL's report. There unfortunately isn't a specific form that you can use, but that's actually OK, because content is more important than rigid adherence to a set format. You can write it however you want. Use the court caption with the name of the court, the names of the parties, and the case number. Usually, it would be called something like "Objections to G.A.L.'s Report." If there's more than one report, include the date of the one you're objecting to. Then, you would just say something like....Respondent
(or Petitioner, whichever you are) hereby objects to the following findings in the G.A.L. Report dated DATE.
Why you object.
Why you object.
Then, you would ask the judge what you want him to do. Do you want him to reject the entire report? Do you want to correct those inaccuracies? Add a sentence including the relief that you're asking for, then sign and date it. File one copy with the court, then serve copies on your ex-wife and the GAL.