civil litigation expert witness services on psychological issues
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		work product reviews Daniel B.
Pickar, Ph.D., ABPP; Child & Family Clinical and Forensic Psychology family law consultation services for lawyers
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Family Law Expert Witness

Daniel B. Pickar, Ph.D.
New Address/Fax Number
as of June 1st:

1212 College Ave., Suite A
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Tel: (707) 566-0296
Fax: (707) 843-5095
Email: dpickar@sbcglobal.net

guardianship and adoption specialist

Expert Witness and Family Law Consultation Services

Expert Witness Services

In addition to conducting child custody evaluations for the Superior Court, Dr. Pickar performs several other types of evaluations in the civil litigation area. He has completed personal injury evaluations (both plaintiff and defense) with children and adults, as well as evaluations regarding allegations of sexual abuse and domestic violence, termination of parental rights, and guardianship and adoption evaluations. He has provided expert testimony in the following California Jurisdictions: Lake County, Marin County, Mendocino County, Napa County, San Francisco County, and Sonoma County.

Family Law Consultation Services

Dr. Pickar provides consultation to family law attorneys regarding complex child custody issues such as child alienation or resistance to visitation, domestic violence, high-conflict divorce, or allegations of sexual abuse.

For Family Law Attorneys, Dr. Pickar also offers work product reviews of other psychologists' child custody evaluation reports. A work product review of another evaluator would offer commentary regarding the evaluator's procedures, the selecting of testing instruments, the interpretation of psychological testing data, and the degree to which opinions expressed are or are not supported by the data presented. If a work product review revealed significant methodological errors or deficiencies in the evaluator's report, Dr. Pickar would then be available for trial preparation, such as assisting an attorney prepare specific questions for the evaluator during cross examination. He would also be available to offer testimony regarding the deficiencies identified in the review of an evaluator's work.

child alienation and visitation problems