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    • Contact your county court house and ask about the volunteer advocacy program in your area.
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      Prepare to commit to at least 1 year in the program. Abuse and neglect cases can drag on for a long time, and consistency is important.




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      Ask the program coordinator in your area to send you all information necessary to become a Guardian Ad Litem or direct you to the proper forms on their website.
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      Fill out the application contained in the information received and provide all necessary documentation. You will need to provide personal information such as a valid driver's license, social security number and date of birth.
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      Set up an interview with the program coordinator. After the interview, necessary background checks will be completed.
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      Complete the Guardian Ad Litem trainingprogram. This program varies from state to state, but most are around 30 hours.
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      Understand that you will need to be available to complete tasks on schedule and attend all court hearings. Much of the work can be done in the evenings and on weekends, but court attendance is only during the week.



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