The parental assessment performed in the custody case for my son was filled with errors, fabricated testimony, omission of verifiable pertinent information, and was, by any reasonable standard clearly biased. The psychologist failed to act as a mandatory reporter. My lawyer did not challenge any of this. Does it make sense to try to reopen the case? Would I have any hope of success doing that if I represent myself?
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