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Old 03-03-2014, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by arabian View Post
Then I think it would be redundant for someone to request a psychiatric assessment. Do you submit to random testing?

Others with experience with child custody will chime in. My inexperienced opinion would be that in your responding affidavit you simply put forward simple facts which can be corroborated (attending outpatient clinics, under the care of Dr. xxx,) You might request a graduated process of obtaining unsupervised access over a period of 6 - 12 months? I'd state factual information about the success todate since separation.

In those random testing things you can have a clause where the ex can request frequency of tests increase should she feel it necessary. This is assuming that there is concern on the part of your ex that you may relapse.
What evidence is she presenting that you are a danger to the child.

The fact that you are under doctor supervision are seeking treatment to your medical condition. This cannot be held against you unless they have proof you are a danger to the child.
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