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Old 09-19-2017, 10:27 AM
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Originally Posted by Tayken View Post
If you have 10-25k then a Section 30 assessment may be possible. But, you will have to take on the cost and reserve your right to see the costs of the Section 30. If you are prepared to eat 10-25+k in costs then you can get one ordered.

I never recommend assessments or OCL anymore. You are best relying upon the facts of the case and not these "professionals".
Well said Tayken.

I would contact the OCL and simply say thank you. And request a copy of both intake forms and copies of all documents they are relying on. Who knows the ex may have made a comment and or defamed you in the intake form which is why they aren't getting involved.

Under their rules they are transparent, and as this includes the process they took to make the decision to get involved or not get involved.

Good luck.
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