"Guardian Ad Litem" Defined in a CA Kid Injury Case | by San Diego Child Accident Attorney





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Published on Mar 17, 2013

http://www.blanelaw.com San Diego CA Child & Infant Accident & Injury Lawyer

San Diego California accident attorney Mark Blane discusses what the Guardian Ad Litem is and why it is required in a child injury claim or lawsuit. The Court MUST always approve an injury settlement for a minor child per California law. In fact, a settlement is not official nor retains legal standing until court approval. Mark discusses who he generally uses in the child's family as the Guardian Ad Litem also known as the GAL.

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