13. Neither party will transmit any written materials to the selected Professional without being requested to do so by the Professional.After getting the go ahead, I sent about 100 pages of court documents. My ex-wife sent 45 pounds of documents!
It appears to be the complete court file, more or less. What a waste. It mostly consists of false accusations from my ex-wife, and useless legal maneuvering. The court sometimes seems unable to make a decision, and sometimes rushing into bad decisions. I estimate that about 99% of it was completely unnecessary, but for incompetence of the court.
"Neither party will transmit any written materials to the selected Professional without being requested to do so by the Professional." That's reassuring. One of the problems of my custody evaluation was that I tried to submit documents to the evaluator and he wouldn't accept many of them, including my health records from the place I have been treated for ADHD. When the evaluation report came out, I found out that Dr. Connor accepted many documents, including her health records, from my wife. He cited her health records in defending her OCD and depression treatment and speculated how my ADHD could be bad for the children. I was unable to defend myself because I was unable to get a copy of the case file from the evaluation.
If you have to undergo a court ordered psychological evaluation, you should be able to turn in any documentation you desire. That's what a psychologist is for. You should be able to turn in anything you believe is relevant to defend yourself. If the psychologist believes you are crazy because you decided to submit 50,000 pages of documents, so be it. What if the psychologist believes the 50,000 pages clears your name? The judge isn't a psychologist so the judge doesn't know what a mental health professional would consider to be relevant information. Let me guess, you have to pay for the psychologist to go through what your ex-wife submitted. Endless cycle. Keep fighting.
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