Hey, everyone. I seperated from my husband about two and a half weeks ago after him telling me that me he wanted a divorce. After a few nights stay at a hotel we both agreed that I would get an apartment signing a four month lease so that we could have time apart to go to counseling and attempting to work on the marriage. We also agreed that our three children would keep their same routine as much as possible, and that they would spend equal time with both of us. Then a few days later after signing my lease my husband calls me on my cell and tells me that he has filed for divorce. The very next day he cuts off my debit card so that I have no access to any maritial funds. Then two days later he files a temporary restraining order against me which states that I can have no contact with my kids untill our court date on June 6th. He apparently got the restraining order by making the statement that I am suicidal and mentally unstable and therefore would be a danger to my children. I of course hired a lawyer, but apparently I have to prove my mental stability before I can get my kids back. I don't understand this considering the fact that he is the one making all the accustations. My lawyer says that I need to get a psych evaluation done in order to counteract his claims, but unfortuantely I am having a hard time finding someone who will do this. I have found two places but they want to charge me over $600. An outrageous request considering the fact that he has left me without a dime. Just curious if anyone has had to deal with anything similar to this. I am begining to wonder if I will ever get them back. Help, I need some advice-
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