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Moms Without Custody / RE:4 sums it up quite nicely..eom
« on: Sep 02, 2005, 07:02:38 PM »
Your daughter really needs to try and see her daughter as much as possible.  Christmas is a long time away. Will She be in therapy that whole time?

Moms Without Custody / RE: HIPPA Complaint
« on: Apr 03, 2005, 06:33:08 PM »
In order for HIPPA to investigate the complaint, you have to have made a request in writing.  they have to deny your request in writing.  If they do not, then HIPPA will still investigate.

Technically, they have 30 days to respond.  More than likely they will not.  I would use 10-15 business days as your guide.  Leave it up to them to ask to see your court order.


Dear XXX,

Per our phone conversation on DATE, you stated that you would not provide a copy of my daughters report daughters mother.  As such I am allowed and not prohibited to receive all reports, tests, etc conducted on my daughter.

Although you stated you wouldn't get involved in the dispute, I am not sure what you mean.  There is no dispute.  I am a concerned mother who has medical history that is vital to Daughter's treatment.  

If it is your position that you will not supply me with the records, I requested, please provide your denail and associated reasoning in writing no later than X days.

I appreciate your time and effort in this matter.


Send it certified, return receipt requested.

If no response, file with HIPPA.  They will send you letters asking for more information and then will decide if the doctors office had a legal basis for denying you the records.  

Good luck.  PM me if you would like more help.

Moms Without Custody / RE: Yes, that is very true.....n/m
« on: Apr 03, 2005, 01:50:06 PM »
Did they tell you in writing that they would not get involved in releasing your daughters medical records?

If not, send them a written letter outlining what they said and that you are requesting their records.  They need to let you know in 10 days if they are going to comply. If not, then they need to let you know the reason why they are not going to send them to you.

If they still dont send them to you, file a complaint with HIPPA.  As a parent you are still entitled to receive your childs records as long as your rights have not been taken away through a court order and as long as your state or court order gives both parents the right to get records.

On the court order, it doe not specifically have to say it.  In DH's order, both parents are able to get all medical records.

File a HIPPA complaint.  They sure wont like that...

Shrink Rap / RE: What constitutes child abuse?
« on: Feb 13, 2005, 04:20:06 PM »
I say this is emotional abuse.  However getting someone to listen to you is more important.  CPS here wont even lift a finger.  They hear divorce or custody and they say the child is having a hard time adjusting.  It could never be that the mother is harming the child, no way.  Then they hang up.  

Now you are left with a child who is being hurt mentally by his mother.

It is a sad situation.

Shrink Rap / Indigo - see update on general board. nm
« on: Feb 17, 2004, 05:18:32 PM »

Shrink Rap / Sane - No...
« on: Feb 08, 2004, 01:26:33 PM »
I am in love with a man who has two ex's with a kid each.  If that is sane, then I must be!  LOL ...

Yeah, I am about as sane as they come, in all my years I have never been told that I wasn't or that I had a disorder.  Although the thought of all those tests scares me, since so much is on the line.  But, if it is meant to be it will be.

I just cant get over the fact that we might end up with custody all due to BM pushing the issue repeatedly.  It will be nice for her to have to spend all the money to see the kid AND the kids will have a chance at a decent life with a father and step mother who ENCOURAGE her to love everyone in her family.

I will keep everyone updated!!  THANK YOU!!

Shrink Rap / Thanks for your thoughts..
« on: Feb 07, 2004, 05:24:38 PM »
See my update on the visitation board.  It appears that the GAL is for DH and is ready to make a change in custody if we are provided to be sane.

Thank you for your time and help!!

Shrink Rap / bump
« on: Jan 30, 2004, 12:35:31 PM »

Shrink Rap / Bump- Dr. D please look at
« on: Jan 24, 2004, 08:24:17 AM »
Please review

Shrink Rap / GAL appointment
« on: Jan 18, 2004, 01:41:53 PM »
This was posted on Dr. Reena's board but she hasn't had time to look at it. So we wanted your thoughts...

My Dh just got notice that a GAL was appointed in the case of his ex wife trying to take away all visitation due the the childs therapist stating that the child -6yo wants to stab and shoot us. These are almost verbatim of the same allegations the therapist made and that the court threw out 2 years ago. Anyway, the GAL was appointed due to the courts own motion.

EX filed motion to reduce visitation, DH has not filed anything then we recieve this.

Also, with our last GAL, we followed the advice given here and prepapred a notebook, transcripts, etc. The GAL favored the father but stated that both parties had too much evidence and had presented too much material. With this new GAL, should we do the book or just give it some photos, etc? The last GAL (not the same one as this one) stated that if mom continued he would change custody.

1. Would you like to give a stab at why the court would appoint a GAL on its own and what this typical means?

2. With this new GAL, should we do the book or just give it some photos, etc?  If we do the book, I am afraid that we will look like we are trying to be controlling etc.  If mom does the book and we dont, and just provide a video, etc then maybe we will look better, I dont know.

3. In light of what the former GAL stated do you think that the current GAL if she found the same thing and that the pattern had continued that she would recommend a change although it was Mom who is iniating a change to the parenting plan?

4. If mom requested a change in the visitation order, neither party requested a GAL, court orders one, does that mean that the court on the recommnedation of the GAL could change custody since Mom opened up the whole visitation thing?



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