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Advocates are responsible for speaking on behalf of someone else. They use their legal training to represent other individuals in legal settings such as hearings and courtrooms. These professionals offer advice and proper guidelines to persons who are not familiar with the legal system. They may work on different cases including health care system negotiations, divorces, crimes, among other lawsuits. Professionals performing their duties in child and family services meet with families and children to gather information, inform them about their responsibilities and rights, and then these specialists report back to staff members and judges.
Advocates usually perform many of the following tasks:
• Giving advice about legal matters.
• Guiding witnesses to give their evidence.
• Sorting out public enquiries.
• Speaking on behalf of their clients.
• Creating reports.
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