A Year Later, Lawmakers Consider New Family Court Rules


(WTNH) — In October 2014, new rules that regulate Guardian Ad Litems went into effect in Connecticut.

A Guardian Ad Litem is a court appointed investigator who, in effect, reports to the court what is in the best interest of a child in the midst of a divorce.

The News8 Investigators asked Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano and Representative Dan Carter about what they see as the legislatures role in the future of oversight within family court.

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