Tuesday, April 19, 2005

Requiring two evaluator opinions

I just talked to someone experienced in custody evaluations in the next county. She said that in that county, a custody evaluator and a supervisor must sign off on an immediate custody change, and there must be documentation of some very compelling reasons. She was amazed that I could lose custody based on just one evaluator expressing an opinion and no hearing.

I am amazed about everything in the family court system.

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Everything about family court in this retarded, backwards state is a pathetic, screaming joke. Hang in there!