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2010-2011); in the Office of the Guardian Ad Litem (2005-2010); and as a State Public Defender in Colorado Springs (2003-2005).
com)-- Cindy Barton is a Guardian Ad Litem in the State of Utah's Eighth District Court, appointed to represent children as they come into contact with the Juvenile Court system.
Over 10,000 Floridians volunteer for the Guardian ad Litem Program, an organization whose mission is to advocate in court for the best interests of abused, abandoned, or neglected children.
Kate York, guardian ad litem staff attorney with the Legal Aid Society of the Orange County Bar Association, said Florida's adoption statute allows for private interventions and adoptions in dependency cases.
In rare cases, the court may appoint a guardian ad litem (also known as court-appointed special advocate [CASA]) to represent the child.
She has extensive experience in family law matters as an attorney and as a guardian ad litem.
The procedure requires the appointment of a guardian ad litem to represent the interest of the Cuban heirs in any blocked estate of a decedent, as defined under the Regulations.
Barnardos was paid more than EUR1million for ad litem guardian services in 2009 and EUR1.
They are the Curators ad Litem and Reporting Officers (Panels) and the Panel of Persons to Safeguard the Interests of Children (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2011, SSI 2011/320.
45) CAPTA also supplied the first definition of child abuse and neglect, as well as requiring that a guardian ad litem be appointed in every case involving abuse and neglect proceedings.
At a hearing on August 11 in Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff announced his decision to provide Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and Prince Michael II, 7, with a guardian ad litem, reports Contactmusic.