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Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Court seeks comments on guardian ad litem standards

Court seeks comments on guardian ad litem standards

The state Supreme Court’s Family Court Committee is seeking written comments and recommendations from the public, and from members of The Missouri Bar, regarding the current guardian ad litem standards.
Comments may be sent by mail to the attention of the Guardian Ad Litem Standards Review, Office of the State Courts Administrator, P.O. Box 104480, Jefferson City, MO 65110-0480.


  1. Anonymous5:15 PM

    Please read my post, I meant to edit it before I posted it.. giving you the credit.

    Sandra Ami

  2. I wish this was the Case, with reference, to Guardians,and Cafcass,within the UK,they are very unapproachable,and are like Gods.
    Alison Stevens Parents Against Injustice.

  3. Anonymous8:14 AM

    Guardian ad litems could never represent the best interest of the child compare with a loving parent.
    My case is simple, my son is kidnapped, through the persons who are also murder suspects of my father in a fraud that exceeds 35 million dollars.
    I been denied Due Process and serious retaliation against me and my family.
    My son, abducted at 8 months old.
    The evidence was around 3000 documents in court, and the Guardian ad litem claim it was to much to review, yet, issue a reprot based on perjuries of the mother that were proven in the evidence.
    See it this way, a GUardian Ad Litem will spend maybe a total of maybe 20 hours, late´s say if lucky, 80 hours, yet, he will change the life of the child and the father forever.
    The Guardian ad litem talk to me one hour total
    6 hours with the mother and her family
    and saw three hours the baby total
    Such unfairness and lack of duty, will affect forever the life of the child and the father.
    see the details at


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