1. The court orders the Respondent to participate in a psychological evaluation.It continues to amaze me how Ms. Gray is willing to misrepresent the judge's orders. The judge ordered both my wife and myself to get the psychological evaluation, with the liability for the fees to be shared equally. I agreed to front the cash if necessary, as long as I am reimbursed for her share.
2. Respondent is ordered to advance all fees for this psychological evaluation; the issue of allocation is reserved.
3. Dr. Melissa Berenge is to be noticed of the doctor chosen to do the psychological evaluation, and she will prepare the court order.
4. Petitioner shall have custody of the minors for vacation from July 23, 2005 through August 6, 2005, without interruption.
5. Respondent is ordered to comply with the court's previous order to pay Petitioner's attorney fees in the amount of $20,000, in incremental payments of $5,000 per month commencing July 1, 2005.
6. Respondent is to comply with the previous order regarding discovery and to provide copies of his 2004 income tax return or request for extension and information regarding his 2005 income to date, within a reasonable time. If Respondent fails to comply with this discovery order, Petitioner's counsel is directed to file a second motion to compel responses to discovery.
7. The matter is set for further Review Hearing on issues of parenting, child support and status of psychological evaluation, on July 27, 2005, at 8:30 a.m. in Department 4.
Ms. Gray is trying to sneak in an order to just have me get a psychological evaluation, and hope no one notices. Surely judges have caught her in this sort of dishonesty before. She is dishonest in nearly everything she does, as far as I can see. It is amazing that she does not get punished for it.
Update: Just to clarify, this was Ms. Gray's proposed order. The judges let the lawyer write up the orders so that they can just sign them. I will have to write to the judge and point out the error.
I've had this problem before. Sometimes I think that the judges don't know what they ordered. I guess I'll have to get a transcript.
In this case, Ms. Gray sent me the court clerk's version, which said:
IT IS SO ORDERED:That is not quite right either, but at least it says that both of us have to get evaluated.
The parties to participate in a psychological evaluation with Respondent to advance the fees and the issue of allocation reserved.
Ms. Gray's proposed order has other inaccuracies as well, and I am pretty sure that she is double-billing me on her attorney fees. I guess that I will have to make some future motion to prove it.