Is a child's guardian ad litem who is the natural mother the
Is a child's guardian ad litem who is the natural mother the ONLY person allowed to act on behalf of the child.I have medical records regarding therapy for children with the same mother and two different fathers. I have asked for proof that the children's fathers do not have to approve release of records, and have received same. It occurs to me that as 'natural parent and guardian ad litem' she may not need to defer to the children's fathers. Please clarify.
What can I do to stop the state of Wyoming from neglecting
What can I do to stop the state of Wyoming from neglecting my rights as a father? I filed a complaint that the guardian adlitum was a family friend and lied about me and mothers substance abuse evaluation. And the court sealed my file and won't let me have access to anything unless I travel from Florida to Wyoming. The court had no evidence against me while I showed Mother had been abusing narcotics and was dating a convicted felon that just got out of prison for inadvertently killing his girlfriend with narcotic drug overdose. The state just allowed the guardian ad listen to write the order and it was based on fraud and his lies. So my question is do I not have any other options? Because clearly I can not go back into court in Wyoming especially when they have gone as far as to commit fraud and hide documents to protect this gardium ad litem because they are all friends with each other. The judge had exparte communication and didnt notify either party of what was done or said in a private meeting with the gardium ad litem and the mediator. Neither of those two people knew much about the case
Does a Guardian Ad Litem have proper justification to
Does a Guardian Ad Litem have proper justification to request in discovery all of my financial records for the past 24 months, (Bank, credit cards) when the judge appointed her after my ex-wife reported my daughter had been abuse?Also, this Guardian Ad Litem missed a hearing where opposing counsel and I agreed on a settlement. Then a week later the GAL did not agree on the terms costing myself thousands in attorneys fees. I believe in Jackson County, MO it is required by law the GAL attend every hearing on my daughters behalf. Is there anything I can do to recover the attorney costs because she did not attend? Also, she sent my lawyer a email that stated she wasn't provided enough warning by the judge and how she felt the judge undermined her by continuing the hearing without her. Possibly that email can be brought to the judges attention and I can request relief.
In, can a Guardian ad litem make decisions for the child to
In Virginia, can a Guardian ad litem make decisions for the child to the court if she has never met the child?JA: Since laws vary from place to place, what state is this in?Customer: VirginiaJA: Has anything been filed or reported?Customer: YesJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: Private consultation
I have a grandson who is medically disabled from a doctor
I have a grandson who is medically disabled from a doctor negligents. He is required to have special treatment every night and cannot defecate or urinate on his own. His mother is not following the doctors directions and is verbally abusive to him and sometimes physically. We provide all of his support and care since they live with us. She is waiting for a payoff from the lawsuit to leave, otherwise she cannot support herself and her children. She has stated when she get the settlement she is going to get a makeover including boob job and other items with the funds. What can we do to make sure that all of the funds received in the lawsuit go to our grandson for future medical needs etc. They say that as he gets older he probably will not be able to walk. We are afraid she will not take care of his basic needs and will squander any moneys received. What can we do?JA: Because laws vary from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: They are in CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a laywer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: She has stated that we want to kill her, yet she is living under our roof and wee provide everything for her an her kids (2 grandchildren). She can't afford to live on her own since she doesn't have a job and cost of daycare is more that probably what she can make. She is narcissistic in the way she handle herself and we are scared for the kids.