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Avoiding the Stumbling Blocks in a Guardianship

Whether you are acting as the attorney in a Guardianship for the Petitioner, the Respondent or as the Guardian ad litem, this course will help you navigate through some of the stumbling blocks you may encounter at the different stages of pleadings, discovery and hearings in adult and minor guardianships.
Credits: 1 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
Provider: IL NAELA
SKU: NAELA2309-R
$60.00 or 1.00 credits
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Whether you are acting as the attorney in a Guardianship for the Petitioner, the Respondent or as the Guardian ad litem, this course will help you navigate through some of the stumbling blocks you may encounter at the different stages of pleadings, discovery, and hearings in adult and minor guardianships. After discussion of general issues, the course then presents descriptions of the primary roles encountered, how they might interact with the court, and potential difficulties unique to each role.


Guy YoumanLaw Offices of Rupp & Youman, McHenry

Expires: 10/15/2025

Whether you are acting as the attorney in a Guardianship for the Petitioner, the Respondent or as the Guardian ad litem, this course will help you navigate through some of the stumbling blocks you may encounter at the different stages of pleadings, discovery, and hearings in adult and minor guardianships. After discussion of general issues, the course then presents descriptions of the primary roles encountered, how they might interact with the court, and potential difficulties unique to each role.


Guy YoumanLaw Offices of Rupp & Youman, McHenry

Expires: 10/15/2025

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