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It is not a novel idea and it doesn’t take a PhD to know that children have a better opportunity to succeed in life when they have someone to support and encourage them. Ideally, that person is the child’s parent.
Sometimes, however, that role is filled by a volunteer Guardian ad Litem. The difference?
A volunteer Guardian ad Litem is court-appointed to children who have been abused or neglected by their parents or other caregivers.
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