Saturday, January 26, 2008

What the shrink tells the judge

A reader asks what the psychologist told the judge.

I don't know. If it were a real court, then there would be no secret communications to the judge. My ex-wife told Comm. Joseph in court that Elizabeth Lee would do a custody evaluation if she were named in the order. So he named her in the order. Then she told me that she would not do it. Since she makes a lot of money off of court referrals, I bet that she tells the court something.

The problem arises when she tells the court, my ex-wife, and me three different things. If she were professional and above-board about it, then she would only contact the court in writing, with copies to my ex-wife and me. If so, I'd probably have a letter in my mailbox by now. I doubt it.

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