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Court Ordered Evaluations

When disputes arise in high-conflict family law cases — such as when parents cannot agree on a child custody arrangement — the court or other party may request an evaluation. These evaluations are often conducted by a forensic psychologist and often include a psychological evaluation of each parent and party involved.

Has there been an evaluation done during the course of a case that you do not understand? Do you think that the evaluator misunderstood something important regarding your situation? Are you being asked to do an evaluation?

Attorneys Who Understand

Often, evaluations are conducted and reports are generated throughout the process of family law and other cases. If you need someone to help you better understand the documents you have received, the attorneys at Collis & Griffor, PC, can help.

If you are looking for an attorney who understands what has happened in your case and can explain the purpose of these evaluations and talk to you about the impact of the evaluations on your particular case, we can help you. If you are being asked to do an evaluation, or compelled to participate in a family evaluation in the Ann Arbor area, contact us. We can explain the process to you, calm your nerves, and help you put your best foot forward.

A Law Firm With Mental Health Experience

If you are involved in a complex case where an evaluation has been ordered by the court, you need an attorney with mental health experience who can help you — and the court — understand the strengths and weaknesses of an evaluation.

Contact Collis & Griffor, PC, for assistance with an evaluation. Reach out to us online or call our office at 734-707-9408 to set up a free initial consultation. We advise and represent clients in Ann Arbor and throughout Washtenaw County.

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