Guardian ad Litem: The field's top professionals.

Our professionals are some of the most experienced guardians in the business. Our staff uses their expertise and skills in guardianship and advocacy to provide comprehensive investigations and reports for the court in contested and complicated guardianship cases. Our experiences and relationships make us uniquely qualified to serve as Guardian ad Litem.

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What is a Guardian ad Litem (GAL):

A GAL is an individual or agency appointed by the court at the inception of or during a proceeding. They are appointed by the court to represent the best interest of a vulnerable adult during the course of litigation. Their responsibilities may include:

In what types of cases might a GAL be appointed?

A GAL can be appointed in all cases in which a party or interested individual cannot adequately represent his or her own interest. WGC focuses on appointments in adult guardianship and conservatorship. These matters are brought to the court through a petition under Wyoming Title 3--Guardian and Ward.

How does a GAL get appointed?

When it comes to the courts attention that a GAL is necessary, the court will issue an "order appointing Guardian ad Litem"

WGC charges $90.00 per hour for GAL services.