Lackawanna Family Court Changes Guardian Ad Litem Program

, The Legal Intelligencer


In response to a lengthy set of recommendations from the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts regarding its guardian ad litem program, the Lackawanna County Family Court has abandoned "automatic appointment" of a guardian to custody cases.

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  • Anna

    Who else will speak here of these matters ? That "Court" trafficks people and their offspring; it steals dreams, snuffs hope, humiliates the downtrodden. . . . very, very disturbing and hostile environment. "law" is not practiced there. There is No Majesty of Law in Lackawanna.

  • Fred Mogel

    Why is Lynn Z's face attached to this article? F

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