The final parenting plan
of my two minor children was issued in 2010. My former spouse has violated every tenet of the order including refusing to allow the children to participate in court ordered therapy, firing a court appointed therapist, denying them medical attention, refusing to follow physician instructions to the detriment of the children refusing to pay any out of pocket medical expenses (I pay all their health and dental insurances)
This is not new behavior. During the proceedings which were lengthy this same person violated all terms of orders relating to shared medical expenses, and the order appointing and guaridan ad litem she refused to speak with her or pay her. They and their attorney were caught with documentation, in spite of testimony and motions to the contrary for financial support based on no other sources of funds (in spite of a grad degree from an ivy league school) was found to be receiving nearly $260,000 over a three year period from her millionaire father, including almost 60 paid directly to her attorney from the same account. All introduced in evidence as well as her remarkably stark perjurious testimony. No comment from the court on this at all, as if it never happened. In spite of a report from an out of state therapist regarding this spouses emotional instability and inability to separate reality from fiction (local therapists went out of their way to say she was fine) the court sanctioned me $30,000. for making "meritless" claims in this regard in spite of additional written opinion from a psychiatrist corroborating my concerns. It was opposing counsel who demanded separate psych evals outside of the family eval, not me. She falsely accused me of being an IV drug user, alcoholic, child abuser, sexual deviant, spousal rapist and serial philanderer. No mention of any of that other than to make findings or no comment against those accusations.
Additonally the other spouses' attorney represented the court in it's divorce. The court never disclosed this. Even though I have followed all orders to the letter, the court has gone out of its way to cite violations of its "orders" which were never issued. A second GAL was appointed, who violated the terms of the order appointing them by not submitting billing statements monthly, was shown through documentation to have intentionally grossly distorted a therapists opinion, refuted by that therapist in writing to the court. The court without any motion before it, issued an order denying me access to the second GAL file based on a letter from the GAL when my attorney asked for it, even though statutorily parents are entitled to it.
GAL #1 selected by opposing counsel recommended the children live with me. GAL #2 they live with her. She now has majority custody. Appeal filed and while the appellate court stated they never heard of a court giving custody credit for child support
to one parent when the children were in school they did not reverse.
A recently filed motion to amend the parenting plan based on refusal to follow the court order on therapy: one child is diagnosed with depression, refusal to follow physician orders, denial of medical treatment, threatening
one child with arrest for taking prescribed medications and throwing my oldest depressed child out of her house without knowing where or with whom he went for the night. And another response motion shown to be factually false-the court denied the motion before my reply brief was even filed and sanctioned me again with attorney fees. There is much more of this but these are only some of the highlights. Would this meet a threshold of judicial bias to get this judge (the first in our state's history to be publicly censured by the state supreme court) disqualified?
I cannot get my children medical attention when they need it.