In a child custody and visitation proceeding, a guardian ad litem may not examine witnesses in depositions and in trials. In Millen v. Millen, the Florida Court of Appeal recently stated: "The Millens married on September 11, 2003, in London, England. They later returned to the United States and resided in Florida. By June of 2010, the marriage had begun to unravel. The husband filed for divorce on September 9, 2010. The dissolution of marriage trial commenced July 16, 2012. The guardian ad litem, a psychologist appointed to represent the parties' minor child, requested the trial court's permission to ask witnesses questions at trial.
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