You are here

MA law about Guardian Ad Litem

What obligation does the g.a.l. have to investigate or confirm statements or information provided to them? Can a g.a.l. obtain a cori on their own or demand a part provide a cori? When being interviewed by the g.a.l. the party being questioned is not under oath or anything similar, is that correct? When should the g.a.l's report be submitted prior to a hearing in order to give the parties an opportunity to review and/or dispute the information? Where can I get information on the responsibilites of a MA guardian ad litem?

Share this with your friends
Talk to an Elder Lawyer Today
Most offer FREE Consultations
Connect with The Forum
facebook google twitter linkedin