You can approach the therapist and see if they will speak to you about the sessions. In the alternative, you can request access when you appear in court on the next date. If there is no agreement as to custody and visitation a law guardian will most likely be appointed to represent the child and you can speak to that person as to what is going on in therapy. At some point, the thoughts of the therapist should be made known to the court. Good luck.
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If you have joint custody you have the right to speak to the therapist and have your questions answered.
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Generally, joint custody means that you have the right to access all medical and education records for your child. If the therapist won't provide any information, you may need to seek it out through the court process.
Also, note that for custody cases you may be able to qualify for a free attorney in the Family Court (depending on your income). It sounds like your case may be high conflict, so you should get an attorney or ask at your first court date if you qualify for an appointed lawyer.
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