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In what state is your custody order?
As the court order stands now, you cannot override your ex's decision. However, if your ex-wife is being unreasonable to the detriment of your child, you can bring a motion in court asking the court to either:
a) allow your child to see the school counselor
b) modify the court order to allow you to have a say in decision making
so.. before i make a stand.. i need to be able to prove that her decisionit is detrimental to my dughter
do you believe somthing like an email recomendation from her school counsoler would be enough..
You would be best off showing that your ex-wife's decision is harmful to your child and that therefore she should not have the right to make exclusive decisions any longer.
that recomends that my daughter see a counselor
Yes. Otherwise, there is no basis for changing the order. You do not need to show that your daughter is suffering horribly, but just that your child would benefit from seeing the counselor and has this need. A well reasoned statement from the school counselor could be helpful. Schools do not often allow their staff to give declarations under penalty of perjury, but if they write you a letter, you can try to submit it as an exhibit.
Is there any other information I can provide for you?
thanks for the answer.
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