The undisputed record shows that Dr. Doyne was fully qualified to serve as a custody evaluator based upon his professional credentials and experience that have never been challenged in this action.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
The qualifications and experience of Dr. Stephen Doyne as a forensic psychologist were strongly affirmed by the Fourth District Appellate Court on February 10, 2012. A challenge to the 2009 dismissed false credentials lawsuit against the San Diego-based psychologist was unanimously ruled out with strong conviction by the Court who also provided validation to his credentials and experience in the ruling. (Cal. 4th Dist. Ct. of App. Case No. D057480)
In its unanimous decision, the Appellate Court noted “the undisputed record shows that Dr. Doyne was fully qualified to serve as a custody evaluator based upon his professional credentials and experience that have never been challenged in this action.” (Id. at p. 39.)
Pursuant to statutory law, the Appellate Court ruled that the psychologist will also be entitled to have the plaintiff reimburse his attorney’s fees which are expected to exceed six figures.
As a frequent child custody evaluator appointed by the San Diego Family Courts, Dr. Doyne provides recommendations regarding the welfare and best interests of children in divorcing families. Known for putting children’s interests first, Dr. Doyne has earned the respect of parents, family lawyers and judges through his more than 30-year career. Dr. Doyne has helped thousands of children, adolescents and adults through difficult family disputes through his private practice at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla, Calif. Dr. Doyne offers counseling for adults, couples and children and specializes in working with divorcing families.
Please visit http://www.drstephendoyne.com for more information about Dr. Doyne.
Dr. Stephen Doyne, info(at)drstephendoyne(dot)com, (858) 452-5900