Family courts should not rely on custody evaluators, mental health "experts"
March 16, 2011
The recent dismissal of a court-appointed custody evaluator provides one more reason why our family courts need to get back to deciding custody based on facts and evidence—not the opinions of mental health “professionals” who back up their opinions with a diagnostic system which is both unreliable and admittedly irrelevant in legal matters.
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