Pine City, MN asked in Family Law for Minnesota

Q: I was served by my ex-wife on a motion to modify visitation and have court in Fillmore cty Mn on march 10th.

Im filling out my response in our divorce we have joint legal custody. her complaints are ludacris and she has put see attached but has nothing to support anything shes claiming the reasons why asking for a change cause nothing that shes claiming happened on visits ever has happened. His school therapist and case manager and there unproffesionalism for a year now that i upset them both when i last summer assured them i would be reporting them and their actions. anyway, they helped her fill out court forms and state in there to the court that records from Dr's and therapist records can be obtained to support her motion that visits are damageing to my son. Now one question is can I since joint legal custody can I contact the case manager and school therapist who both work for same co. HVMH in Winona. demand to see these records and all other records before the court? these two therapists have never met me in person I've reported all kinds of abuse to them via phone and they have ignored

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Corwin Kruse
Corwin Kruse
Answered
  • MINNEAPOLIS, MN
  • Licensed in Minnesota

A: Yes, you should have access to the records. If they won’t provide voluntarily, you can subpoena them.

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