Re: Complaint against bias Guardian Ad Litem
Hello, I read the situation that occurred between you and your ex concerning your child. I am sorry you had to experience that.
I am involved in a similar situation that is now in court and a Guardian Ad Litem has been assigned. My child has been abused and neglected by the mother, and bruise marks continue to appear. My child is also afraid to return back to the mothers' residence after drop offs and is telling me what her mother does to her whenever she gets angry (Bi-Polar). The Guardian Ad Litem refuses to do anything and continues to sympathize with my ex. She also works with my ex to limit my time with my child.
I want to find out, did your method work for removing the Guardian Ad Litem from any of your future cases. I was thinking of following the same steps you mentioned in order to file a complaint before this goes back to trial, since I found evidence of that this Guardian Ad Litem is extremely biased toward men. I am still trying to find out how is it that she was able to get certification for helping children, when she is keeping them in abusive environments and is an obvious advocate for mothers. DFCS and the police department keep telling me they cannot interfere with custody matters, although abuse is present. They refuse to even talk to my child to find out exactly what is occurring to her and refuse to help her.
Were your efforts of writing to the proper agencies effective in resolving your situation? Any information you can render will be greatly appreciated, by both me and my child.
Concerned Father for his child