Not only that, in these documents there was no mention of the fact that the Plaintiff, Tom Stvan, was represented to have a bipolar disorder. Why? Because the ex parte hearing only heard one side of the story at that time. That is why the law requires another hearing 14 days later--so that before anything is finalized, you have a fair hearing where both sides have the opportunity to present their arguments. Mysteriously, in Paige Stvan's case, although such a hearing is required by law, it never occurred. This is just the first of the kinds of procedural flaws that have plagued this case from the beginning.
I would also like to point out that Paige Stvan has always been honest and straightforward to her ex husband about any medical issues she has and has always taken responsible steps to address them. The result has been successful, and it appears as though she is being punished for that very success.
However, what it looks like is that the judge and the attorneys in this case think that they can deny Paige Stvan her legal rights by nodding and winking and sweeping everything under the rug, simply by virtue of the fact that they think she has a mental health disability. Likewise, they think they can smooth over and ignore father's possible bipolar disorder. Trust me--that's not happening.