Divorce happens. And, often, children are caught up in the midst of their parents’ separation. Randy Flood, Director of the Men’s Resource Center and an evaluator at the Fountain Hill Center for Counseling and Consultation is often called upon to conduct child custody and parenting time evaluations. On this Thacker-Sleight podcast, Flood and Ben Burgess, also an evaluator with Fountain Hill, answer questions such as when and why evaluations are necessary, what guidelines and protocols they follow, how to prepare a child for an evaluation, and whether someone can cheat on a psych evaluation.
Yes. Divorce happens. But it doesn’t have to end in parental alienation and estrangement. Whether you’re a parent, an attorney, or a judge, we can work with you to help ensure the best results possible. Contact the Men’s Resource Center for more information about our court-related services.
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