Getting Divorce in Turkey
" I have a friend whose parents are divorcing in Turkey. His mother is seeking a divorce after many years of marriage because her husband was abusive. On three occasions she went to a private doctor/hospital for treatment for physical abuse. She did not want to got to a public clinic because they would notify the police and she was afraid of the consequences. Her husband went with her to the doctor on each occasion. My friend believes she told the doctor the truth about the cause of the injuries.
Because my friend witnessed his father mistreating his mother, his mother has asked him to write a letter stating what he saw. He is reluctant to write the letter because his father will have access to court documents. He does not want to be caught between his father and mother as he cares about them both.
I do not know if the doctor(s) are willing to provide the court with information about the medical care they provided to my friend's mother, and what she told him/them. Can the lawyer require the hospital to provide records to the court, and/or compel the doctor(s) to provide evidence if they are unwilling? Would this evidence, if it were obtained, be more useful than a statement from my friend about what he saw, or less? "
Doctors don't have an option or initiative to decide whether to commit the documents to the court or not.
The documents are determined and defined by the claimants and the defendant sides in the petitions, not by anyone else like doctors. Doctors have to give the sick report of a person if he has a sickness. And the climant side should naturally commit this report as a document to the court if they had determined it in their petition. Otherwise they would loose the case.
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