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Be the voice for kids in court

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The judicial system can be anxiety-triggering for even the most seasoned of us. Just imagine how kids experience that anxiety when they appear before family court judges that decide where and with whom they will live.

Thanks to the Guardian ad Litem program, they do not have to go alone. You can help them understand the process and be their voice during legal proceedings.

If you are interested in this rewarding volunteer opportunity, you will receive training and guidance. Committing to just 8-10 hours per month can help change a kid’s life when they need it the most.

Stephanie Spell, C2 Communications

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