Parental Alienation in Family Court

A  “swift” education for judges Judge
prohibits the swift action  
so crucial in stopping the suffering
of alienated children     

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4 Responses to “Parental Alienation in Family Court”

  1. Thanks for your post. You are correct. Time is the alienating parent’s best weapon.
    And the more the court allows the alienating parent to delay motions and arguments to help repair the previosly normal, healthy bond between the child and targeted parent, the harder it becomes to reverse the damage.

    If you have a second, please visit our site at http://www.afamilysheartbreak.com. We have lots of information and resources on parental alienation that I know you’ll find valuable.

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