It's in the California Rules of the Court - here
i) Service of the evaluation report
A Notice Regarding Confidentiality of Child Custody Evaluation Report (form FL-328) must be attached as the first page of the child custody evaluation report when a court-ordered child custody evaluation report is filed with the clerk of the court and served on the parties or their attorneys, and any counsel appointed for the child, to inform them of the confidential nature of the report and the potential consequences for the unwarranted disclosure of the report.
3111. (a) In any contested proceeding involving child custody orvisitation rights, the court may appoint a child custody evaluator toconduct a child custody evaluation in cases where the courtdetermines it is in the best interests of the child. The childcustody evaluation shall be conducted in accordance with thestandards adopted by the Judicial Council pursuant to Section 3117,and all other standards adopted by the Judicial Council regardingchild custody evaluations. If directed by the court, thecourt-appointed child custody evaluator shall file a writtenconfidential report on his or her evaluation. At least 10 days beforeany hearing regarding custody of the child, the report shall befiled with the clerk of the court in which the custody hearing willbe conducted and served on the parties or their attorneys, and anyother counsel appointed for the child pursuant to Section 3150. Thereport may be considered by the court. (b) The report shall not be made available other than as providedin subdivision (a), or as described in Section 204 of the Welfare andInstitutions Code or Section 1514.5 of the Probate Code. Anyinformation obtained from access to a juvenile court case file, asdefined in subdivision (e) of Section 827 of the Welfare andInstitutions Code, is confidential and shall only be disseminated asprovided by paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 827 of theWelfare and Institutions Code. (c) The report may be received in evidence on stipulation of allinterested parties and is competent evidence as to all matterscontained in the report. (d) If the court determines that an unwarranted disclosure of awritten confidential report has been made, the court may impose amonetary sanction against the disclosing party. The sanction shall bein an amount sufficient to deter repetition of the conduct, and mayinclude reasonable attorney's fees, costs incurred, or both, unlessthe court finds that the disclosing party acted with substantialjustification or that other circumstances make the imposition of thesanction unjust. The court shall not impose a sanction pursuant tothis subdivision that imposes an unreasonable financial burden on theparty against whom the sanction is imposed. This subdivision shallbecome operative on January 1, 2010. (e) The Judicial Council shall, by January 1, 2010, do thefollowing: (1) Adopt a form to be served with every child custody evaluationreport that informs the report recipient of the confidentiality ofthe report and the potential consequences for the unwarranteddisclosure of the report. (2) Adopt a rule of court to require that, when a court-orderedchild custody evaluation report is served on the parties, the formspecified in paragraph (1) shall be included with the report. (f) For purposes of this section, a disclosure is unwarranted ifit is done either recklessly or maliciously, and is not in the bestinterests of the child.
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You are correct that your attorney could have shared it with you, unless otherwise Ordered by the Court. Or if you were pro se, you should have gotten a copy the same as any attorney.
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