Trying to litigate a case without counsel when your opponent has an attorney is a recipe for failure. The Guardian ad Litem may not believe what you told him...or there may be some other reason - but there's no way to tell without speaking to him.
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You need your own attorney, Go consult with a local divorce attorney. Did you ask the GAL why yurself? You can always ask the court toremove the GAL and ask for a new one.
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Your situation screams for assistance of counsel. If you husband has and can afford an attorney for the divorce, you must clearly have one, even if you have to motion and request the court order him to provide funds to obtain. If you have problems, seek information from the clerk of the circuit court on any pro bono or legal assistance programs offered in your county. Good luck.
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