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Parental Rights

A court will consider the “best interests of the child” standard when considering these issues. On many occasions, the parent’s own testimony (and that of family / friends / acquaintances) will be sufficient to present a strong case. However, we have a wide range of experience in dealing with counselors, other mental health professionals and “guardians ad litem” as part of evaluating and presenting a divorce case involving minor children. Previously, Sally Mills served as a Guardian ad Litem in various cases.