Step dad is not a party to your family law
matters. You have no current authority to have a court order a psychological evaluation of the stepfather. You would have to sue stepdad on behalf of your child for some sort of tortious conduct, such as intentional infliction of emotional distress (IIED
). Or, you could request a domestic violence
protective order (DVPO) on your child's behalf. But, your child would have to be prepared to testify to stepdad's abusive conduct to her, which causes her a fear of (or actual) emotional or physical abuse
The above should seem familiar to you, because I told you in one of the very first answers provided to you, that what this is all about, and that the only real means of getting any relief is for your child to pick up the phone and call child protective services,
or testify to abuse in a DVPO hearing.
You then gave me all manner of excuses why your child would never do this, and I explained that until she decides that she will take some step to protect herself, the court will have no evidence with which to deal with the problems, and you will continue to lose ground in your quest for justice.
In short, we have now come full circle. Nothing at all has changed, except that you have a bigger child support arrears, and you have received some gift monies from friends and/or relatives.
I know that you want your share of justice in this matter, but the botXXXXX XXXXXne remains the same: it's not really up to you. Your daughter must decide that she needs protection from her stepfather -- because as long as she does and says nothing, and as long as there is no physical evidence of abuse, there is no credible evidence suggesting that the status quo parenting arrangements ought to be changed.
You're not going to get a psych eval order against the stepfather. You don't have any credible evidence that he has done anything wrong, and the putative plaintiff, your daughter, apparently remains unwilling to testify to the contrary. Until she is, nothing will change, except for the amount of your support arrears.
Hope this helps.