I just found this Model Standards of Practice for Child Custody Evaluation from the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts. It is dated May 2006.
There are a couple of other documents like this from other agencies that describe what custody evalutators are supposed to do. They are self-serving documents written by custody evalutors to justify themselves. Still, it is worth reading these if you are getting a custody evaluation.
Information is power and although some of it is enough to choke on, it still is useful to know what they’re up to. The sample parenting plans on that site are also useful. One of the very effective ways in combating this BS is to use their own documented standards to justify your position (it’s always hard for them to blow away their own documentation). Thanks for this good find.
I have a lot of child support stories on my Blog, Domestic Relations Disaster, also see the archives from last month.
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