Thursday, September 11, 2008

Ex-wife complains about shrink order

My ex-wife just wrote a letter to Cmr Irwin Joseph that includes this:
I think that Mr. AngryDad does not understand or has deliberately misconstrued the order in place and I hope that the Court may clarify this to his satisfaction to avoid wasting the court's time and resources on October 15, 2008.

On May 28, 2008, the court had the following interaction with Mr. AngryDad regarding the order in place:
MR. Angry Dad: There are a number of problems. For one, there is no well­-defined purpose and scope to the evaluation.

THE COURT: Sure, there is. There is a copy of an order that I gave to each of you that was directed to Elizabeth Lee before she declined and I intend to issue that same order as soon as the two of you agree on someone to replace her. And that has, I don't know, 15 checked boxes.
That's funny. Cmr Joseph said that it is a well-defined order because it has 15 checked boxes!

So I got a psychologist to do an evaluation based on those checked boxes, and my ex-wife is unhappy with it. Now she is the one claiming that the order was not well-defined, and she is the one asking Cmr Joseph to clarify it.

I think that she is going to have the same problem I did. Cmr Joseph doesn't have the foggiest idea what psychologists do, or even what he is required to say in an order for a psychological evaluation.

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