In an action brought by an ex-husband to enjoin an ex-wife's privilege of visiting their children, the trial court on the motion and evidence of incompetency offered by P appointed a guardian ad litem for D. The appointment was resisted by D. On application for a writ of prohibition to prevent appointment of guardian ad litem, Held: D is entitled to a full and fair hearing and an opportunity to defend against the appointment of a guardian ad litem. Graham v. Graham, 40 Wn. 2d 64, 240 P. 2d 564 (1952).
James F. McAteer,
Guardian Ad Litem—Right of Alleged Incompetent to Contest Appointment,
28 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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