Chicago, IL asked in Divorce for Missouri

Q: If a GAL is appointed, Can a new GAL be requested?

Unfortunately during temporary custody our GAL explained that he would be reaching out to the supervisor, and letting the supervisor know that he would be supervising the children during dad‘s visits. He was also to inspect the home making sure that it was a safe place for the children to go. Through the children’s counseling appointments, I found out that there’s been no supervision. After speaking with said supervisor I was told that he was never contacted by anyone from the court. So he was not under the impression that he had to be there during visitation.

Because of this, a bull mastiff, BIt my daughter (owned by the supervisor) There was no adult supervision. (Dad and supervisor were in the shed. The GAL said the mother in front of the father, That she was bl a black helicopter mom along with Speaking negatively to opposing counsel and dad about mother. The GAL also deems it acceptable to smoke marijuana and have it in his system. Has not Checked on the children

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1 Lawyer Answer
Caroline Bundy
Caroline Bundy
  • Licensed in Missouri

A: You can request there be a change, but it can be quite difficult to have them removed.

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