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Author Topic: Can we talk to daughters therapist?  (Read 2261 times)


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RE: you'd have to call the therapist and ask. nm
« Reply #10 on: Oct 05, 2006, 09:00:38 AM »
Yes he has joint custody and there is NO CO that bars him from ANYTHING. We haven't agreed to any of the therapists "recommendations" and aren't going to. It sucks because going by her recommendations is the only way he could have seen his daughter. But he hasn't done anything wrong and he wasn't about to act like he had. there is no reason he should have to sit in a visitation center with people watching him like he's a bad guy. Now the mother wouldn't even let him see his daughter at a visitation center even if he wanted to. (which he doesn't) We sent a letter to the school requesting all the records, etc about his daughter but so far have heard nothing. I think we might try going to the school in person tomorrow morning. Of course when his ex finds out we did this, she's going to go into a fit of rage saying he doesn't have the right to any of it.


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