My attorney recommended that we retain a guardian ad litem, but I don’t want to. Can’t we just do the matter without one?
You can certainly try to negotiate a parenting plan with out a guardian ad litem (GAL). However, if your attorney recommended it, it may be because you and your co-parent are simply not in agreement about how to move forward with a parenting plan. A GAL will advocate for your children’s best interests. He or she will not be pushing for what either you, or your co-parent, want, but rather, a parenting plan that will most benefit the child(ren). It may be something to consider and you should discuss further with your attorney. GALs are often beneficial in matters and you may find that it helps to resolve the matter more quickly.
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