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This psychologist was hired by a guardian ad litem to do an anger assessment on the husband/father in a child custody battle. She met with the wife as a collateral party only once for an hour and seems very biased towards fathers. She has sent the bill which is in the wife's name only to the husband and they have been legally separated for quite sometime. She even wrote the husband a personal note advising him to contact his attorney as to what to do with the bill. The wife only has 10 days from the date of the bill to pay it and she was given it by the husband one day prior. She has tried to call the psychologists office to pay the bill over the phone and they won't take her payment and the psychologist won't return her calls.
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