ICLE | Working with Guardians ad Litem on Elder Law Matters
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Working with Guardians ad Litem on Elder Law Matters
On-Demand Seminar (Posted 11/29/16) | CLE: 0.5 | Level: Intermediate
    

Whether you actively practice in elder law or probate, you will often work with guardians ad litem (GALs). Direct the progression of your case by anticipating when the GAL will be appointed (or needs to be appointed). Give the GAL helpful information to ensure their visit with the elderly individual runs smoothly. Analyze the GAL report and ask the right questions to advocate for your client. Advise your client about the GAL fees.

Watch so you can:

  • Explain the GAL's role in the case to your client
  • Anticipate and send the GAL relevant information
  • Coordinate the GAL visit smoothly
  • Analyze the GAL report and use it to advocate for your client
  • Ask the right questions in a contested hearing
Available Formats
ON DEMAND
Jennifer Ackroyd-Fabris, Sara Rubino, and Greg Roth discuss best practices for coordinating the guardian ad...
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