This is the person appointed by the Guam probate court to be the representative for the estate, in the case of a lawsuit.
In Latin, Ad litem roughly translates to “during the litigation”.
This only occurs if:
A father dies and leaves most of his assets to the oldest son. He also makes the oldest son the executor-administrator of the estate. The younger son believes that his older brother applied improper duress upon the father when he was in his dying days to modify his Last Will & Testament to favor the older son. Because, in this case, the older brother is believed to have a conflict of interest in this probate litigation, a replacement Administrator ad litem is appointed by the court to represent the state while the lawsuit is underway.
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