Children of Divorce: Breaking the Resistance and Refusal Dynamic
Date05 Dec 2017//
Continuing Legal Education Topic Parental Alienation is a hot Family Law topic. There is heightened awareness and increased repercussions for parents guilty of intentionally turning their kids against the other parent. With this increased attention to alienation, there is also... Read More →
What Constitutes Parental Alienation Situations?
Date05 Dec 2016///
A Quiz: Three Hypothetical Parental Alienation Situations It’s the night before a high school junior’s first AP exam and it is his father’s visitation time. According to his mother, the dad has shown a pattern of lax supervision resulting in the kids... Read More →
Children of Parental Alienation Suffer as Adults
Date21 Mar 2016///
As incidences of Parental Alienation Syndrome increase, therapy professionals are looking at the long-term impacts on the children of high-conflict divorces. Children of Parental Alienation Suffer Later in Life According to Edward Kruk, Ph.D., “Psychiatrist Richard Gardner developed the concept... Read More →
Does Court Hear Child Choice of Custodial Parent?
Date26 Oct 2015///
In most divorces there are five main players in the courtroom scene – the spouses, their attorneys, and the judge. All adults. They negotiate, mediate, meet, fight, plan, argue and resolve. The unseen actors in the legal drama are often... Read More →
Parental Alienation Damages Kids
Date28 Aug 2015///
News coverage of the highly-publicized case of three Detroit-area children sent to Children’s Home after refusing to have lunch with their estranged father quieted when the children went to camp. But the intense controversy surrounding the case highlights the issue... Read More →