In his Divorce Law column, Alton L. Abramowitz, a senior partner at Mayerson Abramowitz & Kahn, writes that on the one hand, reviewing a forensic evaluator's underlying materials before a custody trial would improve a litigant's ability to cross-examine the findings and methodology. On the other hand, those materials contain highly sensitive information, the disclosure of which could damage relationships and give evaluators pause about memorializing initial impressions in writing.
When Is Disclosure of Forensic Evaluator's 'Raw' File Appropriate?
New York Law Journal
October 31, 2013