Borden, Inc. v. Martinez
In Borden, Inc. v. Martinez, 19 S.W.3d 469, 472 (Tex. App.--San Antonio 2000, no pet.), the appellant argued the guardian ad litem was entitled to no compensation because he should not have been appointed at all, based on an alleged lack of conflict. Borden, Inc., 19 S.W.3d at 472.
The San Antonio Court of Appeals concluded there was no abuse of discretion in awarding ad litem fees in that case because appellant had made no effort to remove the ad litem or alert the trial court of its objection to the continued representation prior to the final hearing. Id.