Dr. Marc Abrams, the forensic psychologist who did the custody evaluation for Kassenoff v Kassenoff, is not doing well with his Google Reviews. He has the lowest possible rating of 1 out of 5, with 39 reviews.
Remember that Google Reviews allows anyone to anonymously post a review about any business, whether they have done business with them or not. Companies can also pay for reviews.
The 39 bad reviews Dr. Abrams has are from people miffed with him because of his role as the custody evaluator in Kassenoff v Kassenoff and not from people who necessarily availed themselves of his psychological services.
Most critics simply drop the lowest rating with barely a reason.
Some leave one word to one sentence review and give him the lowest rating of 1:
Dr. Abrams replied to most reviews. Sometimes he simply replies with a link to Kassenofffacts.com, a website that recently published the negative side of Catherine Kassenoff.
He also has a stock reply:
In defense of your initial mudslinging, you recommend a website that is more mudslinging? And you think this helps you…how exactly? Trying to prove someone else is wrong doesn’t make your client innocent. If anything, it only doubles down on MY point.
You are STILL a disgrace to your profession. You cared more for $32,000 than you did for the safety and welfare of innocent children. Those children are still in abusive homes. And if that’s your rebuttal, I wouldn’t trust you to make a Happy Meal for children.
His website states “On a good day, one parent will be happy with Dr. Abrams’ report. On a bad day, both parents will be unhappy with his conclusions.” Imagine a good day only happening because a terminally ill woman died and so his one client is happy with the lies he bought for $32,000 dollars.
You, sir, are an ENTIRE disgrace to the profession. How dare you imply that you did the right thing calling Kassenoff a decent parent in the face of massive evidence otherwise. People like you are why children remain in abusive homes because of money and status. You should lose your license and pay out of pocket personally to ensure these kids go anywhere else.
As to your claim about the $32,000. The Court assigns financial responsibility for each litigant side. That is outlined in an order appointing the evaluator. Both litigants were assigned a percentage and both sides paid the amounts owed. Furthermore, it was Mrs. Kassenoff (signed affidavit) and one of the early attorneys involved in that matter, who insisted that I was the only evaluator they would consent to using.