Both Lori Vallow and her husband, Chad Daybell, have remained in the news in recent months following the remains of her children, Tylee Ryan and Joshua "JJ" Vallow, being located on Daybell's Idaho property. However, new court documents have now shed additional light on the effects of the contentious relationship between Vallow and Tylee's father, Joseph Ryan.

Cathy Russon, an executive trial producer at Law&Crime Network, shared the page from a legal document on Twitter on Tuesday.

The document from July 15, 2009, states that a guardian ad litem (“GAL”), which is an attorney appointed by the court to investigate a case and report its findings and recommendations to the court, had become concerned with Tylee's emotional well being due to the fact that it had seemingly not been "fully examined or explained to the Court."

It also stated that it appeared as though both her medical and emotional state appeared to have been "adversely affected by the sustained level of conflict" that many custody cases like this exhibit.

Additionally, Mary Fogel, who had been serving as the GAL, had also previously requested that the court appoint an amicus attorney for Tylee in 2008. The document can be seen in full below.

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This development follows the release of other troubling evidence that painted a worrisome picture of the Vallow family prior to Tylee and JJ's disappearance. Previously, Charles Vallow, Lori's late ex-husband, had also been seen on police bodycam footage expressing his own concern for both JJ and his wife's mental state.

As for where the case stands now, the coroner recently issued a statement about what's ahead in terms of forensically analyzing the remains. As for Vallow, she remains behind bars and faces a range of charges. After making an intial court appearance following the discovery in Daybell's backyard, her next court date was scheduled for Aug. 10 and 11 if necessary.

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