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Author Topic: Complaints About Kansas Dispute Resolution Process  (Read 6484 times)


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Complaints About Kansas Dispute Resolution Process
« on: Apr 08, 2004, 10:20:53 PM »
As an agent of the court, a case managermaking a recommendation for custody has immunity against lawsuits or possibly even discipline from the Behavioral Science Boards.  Because these case managers have tremendous power, attornys are afraid to attack their credibility for fear of retaliation on a subsequent case for a different client.

I can prove that the case manager deliberately misrepesented recommendatons made by another mental health profession and acted unethically in several other ways.  I want to petition the Senate to write laws to make these case managers more accountable.  Does any one else have any proven examples of malfeasance or unethical behavior by a court ordered DRC mediator in Kansas?


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RE: Complaints About Kansas Dispute Resolution Process
« Reply #1 on: Jul 06, 2004, 05:40:55 PM »
I would be interested in hearing more about what you refer to.  I am not surprised they are help unaccountable, however, in my situation our case manager was wonderful.  We couldn't have been more pleased, although it took quite a while for her to figure out "exactly what the truth was" so to speak.

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