Robbins v. Robbins

In Robbins v. Robbins, 46 P.3d 880 (Wyo. 2002), the parties in a divorce action had agreed to the appointment of an attorney to act as GAL for their child, and they had further stipulated both that the GAL could testify at trial and that her report could be introduced into evidence. Id. After trial, the district court denied the mother's motion for a new trial, in which motion the mother alleged error in the court allowing the GAL to testify. Id. The Court affirmed on two grounds: first, that the mother could not identify how the GAL's testimony created any injustice; and second, that, to the extent error occurred, it was invited error. Id.