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  Report Writer bias
Posted by: JGermani - 24-Jul-2015, 10:03 AM - Forum: Disputing Family Reports - Replies (2)

I am just wondering how easy or hard it is to not just dispute the family report, but to somehow remove the psychologist from your case?

Our psychologist, who is apparently preparing a family report, is a female who has made some negative comments to me, suggesting that she believes what my ex told her without seeking any proof.

She has also seen my ex 4 times, twice without the kids, and I suspect that they have a friendship that is outside the professional situation.

If I can prove this friendship, is it possible for me to get her discharged from the case?

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  Phone recordings
Posted by: SingleDad - 24-Jul-2015, 08:11 AM - Forum: Prepare/Find Evidence - Replies (6)

I have recorded my wife on my iphone threatening to prevent me from seeing my kids again.

I also two genuine phone recordings of my wife, one on an answering machine that continued to record after I picked it up, and the other is a recording I organised myself with a device attached to the phone.

I would like to know whether legally I am allowed to submit any of these recordings to Police or to Court as evidence?

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  Family Report attendance
Posted by: Clark - 23-Jul-2015, 08:41 PM - Forum: Preparing for a Family Report - Replies (4)

My ex has just been interviewed by the family report writer, but I have not yet been contacted.

Does the report writer always interview both parents, or do they sometimes rely on only what one parent says?

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  Parenting Plans
Posted by: Jake01 - 23-Jul-2015, 03:09 PM - Forum: Prepare Parenting Plans - Replies (6)

Can anyone share with me any good example parenting plans for parents who have shared care of two kids?

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  Subpoena of medical evidence
Posted by: Claudine - 23-Jul-2015, 02:20 PM - Forum: Submit a Subpoena - Replies (3)


My ex-partner has recently made some pretty extreme allegations about me, accusing me of some terrible acts of child abuse.

This has come out of the blue, as we have been co-operating quite well with the kids lately.

Although I was really shocked by these allegations, they were not entirely unexpected given that my ex has experienced psychological issues on and off since I first met him.

I have recently been told that he visits a psychologist near his work, and I am worried as to how his strange paranoia may end up affecting the kids one day.

If my ex was to take me to Court (I am assuming that this will be his end-game given the nature of the allegations), can I subpoena his psychological records from his psychologist?

I am asking this question because I have been given conflicting information on this, but can remember references to client/patient privilege that I often hear on TV shows.

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  Writing Affidavits
Posted by: Deric - 23-Jul-2015, 07:46 AM - Forum: Prepare an Affidavit - Replies (3)

I separated about 2 years ago. Initially, my wife would allow me free access to my daughters, so we had a fairly flexible arrangement. Despite the separation, our arrangement with the kids worked well.

However recently I met a new woman, who I have done my best not to flaunt in my wife's face, but she eventually found out and since then she has been making life hell for me when it comes to contact with my girls.

Ironically, she doesn't want me herself, but she also doesn't want me to be with anyone else.

Anyway, I have tried everything with her, even offering to pay for mediation, which she has refused in writing.

So I figure that I best start preparing for Court, in case it heads down that way, because I don't know how much longer of this I can handle.

So I am looking for tips on how I should write the affidavit, what infomation I should put in it, what to leave out, how long it should be..etc.

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