RULE 4.1 APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN AD LITEM [REPEALED]
In any action for an annulment, divorce, legal separation, or otherwise affecting marriage, in which the court has reason for special concern as to the future welfare of the minor children, the court shall appoint a guardian ad litem to represent such children. If a guardian ad litem is appointed, the court shall direct either or both parties to pay the fee of the guardian ad litem, the amount of such fee shall be approved by the court. EXPLANATORY NOTE
Rule 4.1 was repealed, effective March 1, 2000. Rule 8.7 addresses guardians ad litem.