SJC rules parent of a minor child has a right to counsel in guardianship proceedings

Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015
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On Tuesday, Feb. 10, the Supreme Judicial Court agreed with the Massachusetts Bar Association and numerous other legal organizations when it ruled that the parent of a minor child has a right to counsel when someone other than the parent seeks to be appointed as the child's guardian.

To see the amicus brief from the MBA and others, click here.