Guardian Ad Litem

A guardian ad litem is a legal guardian appointed by a court to advise the court in a non- partisan manner of the best interests for any minor children. They are often used in child custody, visitation rights and parenting cases. In proceedings involving minor children, either parent can request the use of a guardian ad litem or the court can appoint one on its own motion. At Hall & Navarro, our lawyers in Effingham and Bulloch Counties provide the necessary services to adults and minor children that are in need of having their rights and well-being protected.

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Due to the Shelter in Place order issued by the Governor on April 2, 2020, we are following the CDC directives and providing the majority of our services by phone, virtual meetings and FaceTime. Please call us to schedule an appointment at 912-764-6757 for Statesboro appointments and 912-754-7078 for Springfield appointments.

The Governor’s order specifies that legal services are part of the “critical infrastructure” of Georgia, so we are allowed to conduct face-to-face appointments when absolutely necessary. However, we will enforce proper social distancing and take precautions to sanitize the office before and after your visit. An appointment must be made prior to coming to our offices.

We are eager to serve you even during this trying time. Court filings for new and existing clients may be completed through e-filing, and we are able to conference with judges by phone or virtual meetings to handle any issue you may have. Don’t hesitate to contact us via telephone or through our website www.hallnavarro.com

Thank you for your understanding.

Mike & Martha Hall, Paige Navarro, and the Staff of Hall & Navarro

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