Law Society Practice Note: Acting in the absence of a children's guardian

16 SEP 2009

This practice note sets out what you should do if a court appoints you to represent a child in cases where the guardian is either unavailable or there is a delay in appointing one. It replaces Appendix 8 of Good Practice in Child Care Cases.

This advice has been endorsed by Resolution, the national organisation of family lawyers.

This Practice Note came into force on 25 August 2009.

Read the practice note here.

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