Washington Law Review


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).

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