A CFI is court appointed to investigate, report, and make recommendations in the children’s best interests on issues as specifically directed by the Court. The CFI is the neutral investigative arm of the Court, responsible to the Court, not to either parent. After issuing a report, the CFI may be called as a witness to testify. This work is done for the courts, and typically paid for by the parties involved.

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