Can a Guardian Ad Litem be sued ?
I believe this GAL has a bias against me. I also believe that she did not tell the truth during testimony.
This is a state-specific question, and so I would advise you to ask a local attorney if you can sue in your specific state. Your local attorney will be able to determine if a GAL has immunity or not according to your state’s laws, or if her actions make her amenable to suit.
Erik H. Carter is a Senior Attorney of the Cordell & Cordell, P.C. office in Indianapolis, Indiana as well as the Litigation Manager of both the Indianapolis and Pittsburgh offices. Mr. Carter has practiced since 1993 as an attorney. He is licensed in Illinois, Indiana, Pennsylvania as well as the Northern District of Indiana and the Southern District of Indiana.