Fotis Dulos files motion for psychological evaluation of mother-in-law


STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH)– Fotis Dulos, the estranged husband of the missing New Canaan mother, has filed a motion for a psychological evaluation of his mother-in-law.

Gloria Farber, the mother of Jennifer Dulos, currently has custody of the five Dulos children.

Related: Family of missing New Canaan mother releases new statement 3 months after disappearance

In the motion, Fotis Dulos’ attorney writes that Fotis Dulos has not had contact with his children since May 22nd of this year.

The motion also states that Fotis Dulos had sole physical custody of his children since January 2018, until Gloria Farber obtained temporary custody in June after Jennifer’s disappearance.

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Read the full motion below:

Admiral George Kyrimis, brother-in-law of Fotis Dulos, has issued a statement responding to the motion:

“My family and I have been closely following the news regarding, the Jennifer Farber Dulos disappearance. We have refrained from speaking publicly, out of respect for Jennifer, Fotis, and the five children and additionally out of support for the efforts of the law enforcement agencies. We share the grief of Jennifer’s mother, Gloria Farber, but at this point we believe it is imperative to express our concerns. We know Gloria Farber and we believe that she is unfortunately controlled, behind the scenes, by Attorney Reuben Midler of the firm Wayne D. Effron PC. It is our understanding that Mr. Midler and his firm routinely prey on wealthy women with psychiatric issues to charge obscene fees with questionable results (See Tauck vs. Tauck).

We were stunned to read that he has been charging Jennifer approximately $69,000 per month. I am a retired Rear Admiral of the Hellenic Navy and my pension is less than $1,500 per month. Who spends $69,000 per month of after tax money on attorney fees for over two years? What attorney can ethically receive these amounts, month after month? What Judge allows this? Why is Dr. Herman’s evaluation so hermetically protected, if it can shed some light on the serious psychiatric issues and dysfunctional relationships that befall Ms. Farber’s family? 

Needless to say we are concerned. We have repeatedly reached out to assist with the needs of the children, but Ms. Gloria Farber has denied any contact with our family, which happens to be the children’s family as well. And she has denied this, at the advise of Mr. Midler as evidenced by an email sent to the Guardian Ad Litem, Michael Meehan. We question Ms. Farber’s physical, psychological and mental ability, as well as her ability to make her own decisions, and care for the children. 

We also urge Mr. Midler and his firm to back off from our family – enough is enough.”

Admiral George Kyrimis

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