Having a Guardian ad litem (GAL) is generally a bad idea as you can often find yourself being prosecuted by them and having to pay for them to argue against your interests. Fortunately for you, it is blatantly unconstitutional for them to force you to pay for someone to speak against your interest. The Supreme Court just recently reiterated that you cannot compel people to pay for speech they don’t want to support because compelled speech violates the First Amendment. If you are being compelled to pay for a Guardian ad litem the information in this sample motion can shut it down quickly and save you money.
Even if you aren’t being required to pay for the Guardian ad litem, their existence in your case violates the constitution in multiple ways and the information in this sample this motion will help you shut them down.
If you are being hurt by a Guardian ad litem, and you want to get rid of them, you need the information in this sample motion. If you have an attorney, give them this sample motion and ask them to use the information in it to get rid of the Guardian ad litem for you.
Compare the cost of this motion against the thousands of dollars you will be forced to pay the GAL in your case.
WHILE THIS SAMPLE MOTION IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR AN ATTORNEY, IT DOES PROVIDE YOUR ATTORNEY WITH STRONG ARGUMENT AND STRONGLY CITED SUPPORT FOR ARGUMENTS TO REMOVE THE GUARDIAN AD LITEM IN YOUR CASE.