Divorce Court Subpoenas for Therapy Records, published by Springfield Collaborative Divorce, covers common issues that come up for mental health professionals when they are faced with a subpoena.

If you are a mental health professional, we hope you’ll find this whitepaper valuable and will be able to refer to it as a resource. If you have questions that you feel would be better addressed personally, we hope you’ll call or email directly. We are happy to provide answers and understanding.

As you continue to help North Carolina families get through the emotional challenges associated with divorce, please keep our firm in mind. Collaborative Law Proceedings are a much more effective way to protect what matters for each spouse and to safeguard the well-being of children when a marriage has to end.