Parental Alienation-Characteristics

PARENTAL ALIENATION CHARACTERISTICS Parental alienation is an appalling form of evil which turns children into casualties of the conflict between their parents. Practically speaking, Parental Alienation is not difficult to identify. It is the obvious estrangement of the child from the "targeted" parent by the language and/or actions of a "malicious" parent. Common characteristics of Parental Alienation can be as follows: The child does not refer to the targeted parent as "mom" or "dad" anymore. The child stops giving hugs, saying "I love you", or showing any demonstrable affection to the targeted parent or anyone close to that parent. Older children with cell phones are in constant contact

Parental Alienation-Court Results

PARENTAL ALIENATION COURT RESULTS Parental alienation is an appalling form of evil which turns children into casualties of the conflict between their parents. Practically speaking, Parental Alienation is not difficult to identify. It is the obvious estrangement of the child from the "targeted" parent by the language and/or actions of a "malicious" parent. While the harmful effects of alienation may be easy to spot, it is often difficult to effectively address within the context of the court system. There is no one size fits all remedy to deal with detriment caused by Parental Alienation. Bains Law Firm has successfully dealt with the issue of Parental Alienation for several clients. We

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