The first psychiatrist was upset with me for involving her in the custody even though the court wanted her to come, so she said horrible things. The past doctor is the in the same fraternity (not same college), how can i prove that help swayed the doctor to go my son's father's way? I taped the meetings, no they don't know. I taped the teacher, counselor of the school and principal when they said, they do believe there are problems at the father's home. Also, does it really sway doctor's not to like you or be unbias if one parent is married and has more of an education than the other? ThanksAnswer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 7:40 PM on Jul. 7, 2010 in Tweens (9-12)
No but feeling like you are trying to trap them by secretly taping them might. Act professional and not overly emotional this is the best way for people to take you seriously so you can get unbiased answers. Good Luck.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 7:42 PM on Jul. 7, 2010
Those taped conversations are not inadmissible in court, as they are considered a violation of one's privacy--in some jurisdictions they may be illegal and fall under the "entrapment" umbrella!
And like Ryansmom said...it's better to carry yourself well, speak clearly, without getting emotional, and stick to the FACTS to state your case. If your ex wins because of "trickery" or paying back of favors, the truth will soon come out. Don't stoop to his games.
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