The updated Florida Guardian ad Litem Dependency Practice Manual is now available on the Statewide Guardian ad Litem Website
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PATH OF A DEPENDENCY CASE BASICS FOR EVERY GUARDIAN AD LITEM PROGRAM ATTORNEY FLORIDA UNIFORM CITATIONS DEPENDENCY AT A GLANCE CHECKLIST EXPEDITING PERMANENCY: ENSURING POSITIVE OUTCOMES SHELTERING CHILDREN SHELTER HEARING CHECKLIST DEPENDENCY PETITION DEPENDENCY PETITION CHECKLIST ARRAIGNMENT & SHELTER REVIEW ADJUDICATION & ADJUDICATORY HEARING DISPOSITIONS CASE PLAN CASE PLAN CHECKLIST CASE PLAN WORKSHEET JUDICIAL REVIEWS […]
Attorney conference calls are held monthly and provide up-to-date information on topics related to legal advocacy. These trainings are conducted by both Program staff and experts from outside the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program. Each hour long presentation has been approved for CLE credit. Below you will find audio files of these conference calls as […]
New Attorney Training & General Dependency New Attorney Training (January 2017) New Attorney Training Videos (11.2014) Videos include: Foundational Issues – Jurisdiction, Venue, Confidentiality, Parties, Continuances, Shelter Hearing, Dependency Petition, Discovery, ICPC, Arraignment, Pre-Trial, Adjudication and Adjudicatory Hearing, Disposition & Post Dispositional Change of Custody, Case Plans, Judicial Review Hearing Permanency Hearing, TPR, Volunteer Motivation, Trial Skills, Interactive Trial Skills Dependency Practice Manual (2016) Florida Dependency Benchbook Child Trafficking Trafficking of […]
Florida Resources Florida Statutes: Chapter 39 Click Here to View the 2016 Florida GAL Dependency Practice Manual Click Here to View the Pro Bono Appellate Practice Guide – Defending Best Interests Dependency Bench Book, This benchbook is a compilation of promising and science-informed practices as well as a legal resource guide. […]
Volunteer Your Legal Services. If you’re an attorney who wants to use your legal expertise to give a voice to a child, you will find rewarding service through the Florida Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program. There are more than 30,000 abused, abandoned, and neglected children under the jurisdiction of Florida’s juvenile dependency courts. Effective […]