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Can the ward contact the judge his self with concerns about his guardian? With a certified letter.
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Yes, the ward can certainly contact the judge with concerns about the guardian. Now the judge may or may not read the letter, but there's no prohibition against the ward contacting the judge in such a situation.

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Customer reply replied 4 months ago
Why is it, when I emailed the judge about lies the guardian made about me I was call ex-party to this case. I just wanted the judge to know I did not do these things said about me. The ward told the truth I was not at his home during a fall he told the court investigator his also in front of me, no one is listening to him. The guardian have said negative things about me to everyone,trying to make me to be a bad person! I only want to truth out there so the ward can have some rights restored back to him and maybe a new guardian is what he is seeking.
Employment Lawyer: ScottyMacEsq, Lawyer replied 4 months ago

"Ex parte" communications means communications without counsel being present. Like I said above, you can certainly send a communication (to answer your question) but the judge doesn't have to read it. Now you can state in the communication that you sent a copy to the counsel or party of record (basically the person that receives communications from the court) so that it's not "ex parte".

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You requested me to answer your question, which I appreciate, but given that I answered your question and follow up question, I need you to rate my answer to give me credit for the time and effort in doing so and to close out this question.

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