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Divorce, Custody, and Litigation Limitations

To preserve the integrity of our work together and to avoid performing conflicting roles, I cannot voluntarily involve myself in a client’s litigation by writing letters and/or reports, signing declarations, serving as an expert witness etc. By performing any of these actions, it could have a harmful effect on the client-therapist relationship.

Due to the nature of the therapeutic process and the fact that it often involves making a full disclosure with regard to many matters which may be of a confidential nature, I ask that my clients agree that should there be legal proceedings (such as, but not limited to divorce and custody disputes, injuries, lawsuits, etc.), neither the client nor the client’s attorney, nor anyone else acting on the client or family’s behalf will call on me to testify in court or at any other proceeding, nor will a disclosure of the psychotherapy records be requested.

Litigation Limitations: Text
Litigation Limitations: Text
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