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I went to dependancy court with my lawyer Friday. To have a

review of what is called...
I went to dependancy court with my lawyer Friday. To have a review of what is called a review hearing. Basically what progress with my Sons are being achieved while they are in Foster Care. Note: The children were removed from my wife due to severe isolation and educational neglect. Any way the Majestrate 2 months ago ordered Family Therapy,due to alienation and my children not wanting to see me or any of the families except their Mother.
Anyway at this court review hearing, the Majestrate recieved Diagnostic accesments from a psycatrist at one of the agencys that is helping out my wifes mental conditions. The assements were of my two Sons and my to be X-Wife. In the assesments it states from all three that I am a very abussive father who beat yelled and hurt my family over many and many years. So the Psyciatrist recommended that the Majestrate reconsider ordered Family Therapy and that the only Therapy that should begin is with the two children and the Mother and leave the Father out.
This is very unfair due to that the children have been brain washed over two years that I have not seen them, due to a protection order based of false allegations that I could not prove I had not done.
So the majestrate is giving all parties involved to give written objections to the Court recieving these documents. If we do not object to any of these documents/assesments it will be entered into court as evidance as exhibits.
The question here is should there be objections? and how do you write your objections, and what should be in your objections. I do have a lawyer and I will discuss this problem Monday, but I want some knowledge.
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Your objections should indeed be filed with the court and in your objections your attorney should stress the fact that what has led to this problem is the alienation that the mother has caused the issue. Your attorney should indeed be arguing this and also should ask the court to appoint an independent therapist for a second opinion.



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Thankyou for your reply, This was my thoughts also, but the problem is even if they do see another therapists, that therapist will hear the same degraging talk about their Father. We do have a Therapist that seen and was witnessing the alignation back in 2011.She had about 20 visits with them before my wife moved on to another. Would this be a good idea to supeno her to reveal her information about the alignation to the court.


Also if the Therapist who now is recommending no family therapy for me with the children based on her belief that there was a bad Father. Does this report get used in Divorce court to even crucify me further. Also the children are not in her custody at present.

Thank you for your response.

Yes, if you have a therapist on your side in this matter who witnessed the problems and is willing to testify in your favor, you should absolutely be calling that therapist as a witness.

Additionally, the fact that she is no longer with the children because they were taken from her, this is AGAINST her and in your favor as well. Of course, this crazy therapist blaming you because the mother lost her children would have her report introduced in court and it is up to you to present your own therapist and witnesses to show that mom lost her children because she is an unfit mother all on her own and you have nothing to do with it.
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