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We are convinced that the other parent is mentally ill, though undiagnosed, since her behavior is volatile, irrational and inconsistent. We would like the court to mandate a parenting evaluation (since we believe the child's behavioral issues are stemming from her mother's unstable behavior rather than "ADHD" ) as well as a full psychiatric evaluation (of both parents, to be fair) to determine if this is something that can be addressed. Also, what are the chances that if the diagnosis is positive for mental illness, that custody can be changed solely on the diagnosis, under the premise that the father (who is not mentally ill) would provide a better environment for the child?
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