guardians

Guardian Ad Litem

Definition

A guardian ad litem is a guardian that a court appoints to watch after someone during a case

Overview

The person being watched over is called a ward, and a court will appoint someone to watch after the ward when the ward cannot take care of himself or herself. This is typically because the ward is a minor or is legally incompetent.

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