Friday, May 06, 2005

HB 1055: Complaints About Health Care Pracitioners in Custody Cases

H.B. 1055, P.N. 1211 (J. EVANS) This would amend Title 23 (Domestic Relations).
This would prohibit a contestant in a child custody proceeding from filing a complaint against a licensed health care practitioner, who has been appointed by a court to evaluate the child custody case, without first petitioning the appointing court to approve the filing of such a complaint. The appointing court would grant permission to file the complaint if the court finds the licensed health care practitioner failed to act in good faith.


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