No, there is a psych eval that says adjustment disorder related to not being able to see my son or communicate properly with ex regarding his status
nowhere does it say mental instability
it only says not a danger to himself or others
but recommends ongoing therapy
although doesn't say if it can be as needed
what if i'm a doctor?
well anyone I hire would be an interested party?
ok, but how can that person access the psych eval since they don't give out copies?
or should i just have them write on a piece of paper that they don't believe adjustment disorder is the same as mental instability
ok great. so to sum up, counter with an independent psychiatrist affidavit
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