What kind of proof does a guardian ad litem needs if one parent is accusing the other parent of emotional, physical,isolation, not taking care of the child, not feeding or clothing the child well and so on? Does the guardian just goes by what one parent says about the other without facts or do they need hard evidence to make a report and their recommendation about the child? We are talking about a 15 year old teenager who wants to be heard. Can the guardian even make a report without getting the proof and talking to everyone involved?
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