http://www.findlaw.com/ has some good selections. I haven't checked it out yet --- I just looked it up on Google to try to help you. You enter your legal issue, and your state/zip code. But check it out because I have no idea what it's like! Some other suggestions are listed below:
DISCLAIMER: I haven't looked at any of these sites. Click at your own risk; watch out for trojan keyloggers and stuff like that.
In some states the attorney can be present. In other states, not.
The American Association of Matrimonial Lawyers recommends:
"THIRD PARTY PARTICIPATION
Except under unusual and/or necessary circumstances, third parties should not be present during any portion of the custody evaluation.
Except under unusual and/or necessary circumstances third parties should not be present during any portion of the custody evaluation. The presence of third parties shall be disclosed by the custody evaluator in his report. Custody evaluators should be mindful of the potential impact of third parties on the interview or observation process."
There are other rules that should go into play, including refraining from ex parte (out of the presence of the other party(ies)) contacts with either lawyers or the courts.
I think if you want to preserve your rights, you should object to the lawyer being present or having any contact with the evaluator. Evaluators are supposed to act, similarly, to mediators in that they must be absolutely neutral as to the warring parties.
Review this article from the AAML here and make a written record of your objections and file them with the court.
See this article here: