Pediatrics: Discordance, Diagnostics, and Guardianship Disputes presents case scenarios that highlight the importance of avoiding overt comments or suggestive actions that criticize prior care (pending any necessary assessment), not anchoring on a single possible diagnosis (especially an uncommon entity) and carefully documenting the process of arriving at a diagnosis, and minimizing one’s involvement with parents or others having issues with the custody of a minor, leaving the resolution to risk management, attorneys, and the courts.