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A Child's Right To Independent Counsel

Family law practitioners are accustomed to having the court appoint a law guardian to represent the children in a custody dispute. It is far less common for a child to retain his or her own counsel to represent the child's interests. Even if it is uncommon for the child to have counsel not ...

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