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  1. #11
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    I'm not sure if you're aware of this but judges can't force you to say anything. You may pay a price for it but no one can force you. If you were whipped with a rubber hose then perhaps you could get an admission but I don't think that would be very valuable. I'm sure that if I whipped you with a rubber hose I could make you say that you're a troll with a jaundiced viewpoint and understand that experience doesn't equal expertise but such an admission would, likewise, be useless despite what we all know.
    OK, change the word 'force' to furnish...grammar detective.

    These are court documents, so why can't they be public record?

    'Troll' to me are those that come here to gang up on OP's like you guys do every day. And I am now adding TM to the list.

    Let's see if the OP even comes back after post #2 and #3. Yet those posts are not trollish to you? Give me a break!

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    These are court documents, so why can't they be public record?
    The Dr's. billing records are not "public records."

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    The Dr's. billing records are not "public records."
    BS! Mine were. I believe the Dr's gross annual income is even required evidence...if asked. But maybe you are being the grammar police to 'F' with me and change the subject to grammar.

    ...a typical troll move when backed into a corner.

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    OK, change the word 'force' to furnish...grammar detective.

    These are court documents, so why can't they be public record?

    'Troll' to me are those that come here to gang up on OP's like you guys do every day. And I am now adding TM to the list.

    Let's see if the OP even comes back after post #2 and #3. Yet those posts are not trollish to you? Give me a break!
    Please explain how those records would prove that the therapist was bribed by the OP's ex?

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    Please explain how those records would prove that the therapist was bribed by the OP's ex?
    First let the judge demand the records of payment. Then let the therapist tell the judge he/she did it pro-bono under oath. Then let the judge ask why it was pro-bono.

    Getting people to talk is often a long curvy road, wouldn't you admit?

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    BS! Mine were. I believe the Dr's gross annual income is even required evidence...if asked. But maybe you are being the grammar police to 'F' with me and change the subject to grammar.

    ...a typical troll move when backed into a corner.
    Are you on dope?

    You think a doctor is required to make their annual income and billing records public simply because someone claims they were paid incorrectly?

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    Are you on dope?

    You think a doctor is required to make their annual income and billing records public simply because someone claims they were paid incorrectly?
    If the therapist is an expert witness, yes, they can be required to disclose their billing records and annual income. I watched it happen in my case.

    But don't worry, TM will likely not have my back on this because he, IMO, is one of The EL Clique too.

    Sorry, I have to go earn a living, and to help pay your Social Security.

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    If the therapist is an expert witness, yes, they can be required to disclose their billing records and annual income. I watched it happen in my case.

    But don't worry, TM will likely not have my back on this because he, IMO, is one of The EL Clique too.

    Sorry, I have to go earn a living, and to help pay your Social Security.

    There is no "expert witness" issue involved. The court isn't involved.
    You really shouldn't work while you are stoned.

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    Harold, go to your favorite search engine and look up the acronym, HIPAA.

    My only word on this subject.

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    It sounds like the OP did not get the outcome he wanted. It is common to blame the therapist and to make false allegations under these circumstances. The OP would be better off if he was willing to see and accept that he is the main cause of the problems with his child. The therapist seems to have put the welfare of the child first. Which was the right thing to do. It seems separate counseling was the right decision for the child.

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