Guardian ad Litem
Litigation that involves children often requires an attorney to advocate for the child’s best interests. If parents can’t come to an agreement on care and custody or if one parent is accused of being unfit, a guardian ad litem will be appointed to ensure the child’s best interests are represented. A guardian ad litem can thoroughly investigate the situation and represent the best interests of the child in court. A guardian ad litem also serves as an expert witness to determine the best interests of incapacitated adults in Georgia’s Probate Courts.
Managing Partner, Aisha L. Success has served as a guardian ad litem in many cases in Clayton County and Fulton County. By ensuring that a trained and certified guardian ad litem will handle your case, The Success Firm, will provide quality investigations, presentations, and establish findings through written reports and recommendations.