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So a notice for production would not do it I suppose. Here's the thing, the ad litem used a fraudulent document written by my ex in the name of a psychologist who treated the kids. It contained brutal allegations of abuse apparently perpetrated by me. GAL had document for 10 months and admits in an email that she based her recommendations on this fraudulent report. By the way, fraudulence was confirmed cuz ex, when I went to depose former psychologist, admitted as much. I want to know if I have good grounds for getting her out because she never checked the authenticity of this report. There was NO signature!!! She is an atty!
I also have an email trail of her blatantly lying to me about when she received this report. She said three weeks ago in one email and then forgets she emailed me after this and said she got the report ten months ago. It is insane.
Thank you... last question... based on what I told you which is all documented by the way, do you feel I have good grounds to impeach her? She almost submitted a completely fraudulent doc to the court that could have really hurt my reputation plus we are nine months into the case with no visitation plan and no therapy which she knows we need. I have to kick her butt on everything. But I feel the fraud and lying is the real problem which she should be impeached about but what do I know.
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