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Old 04-16-2017, 11:58 AM
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Yes I already have medical custody. Have had that in consent from first court order (7 years ago). Under our order I am required to provide him reasoning for my decision and only need consent for surgery. The while reason that happened was because he refused to sign consent for her to have a surgery to reduce her sleep apnea and allow her a flu shot to make sure she was not able to contract the flu prior to said surgery. He is allowed to take her to the doctor himself. Is that something that should be revoked?

Most medical professions still insist on consent from both parties. Even if presented with the court order. He has consented to each of those professionals she has seen. So his complaints are null and void. One had volunteered to come to court or put in an affidavit if it goes that far.

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