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New Blog Post: How Does Alienation Happen? - Sometimes a parent is so committed to hurting the other parent and knowing how to hurt them, they attempt to take the children away, prevent him or her from having any time with their children, and communicate to the children how awful the other parent is. Sometimes a parent is so angry with the other... Read More >
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Register for "Effective Litigation of Parental Alienation" Symposium and receive a complimentary digital copy of our Parental Alienation Workbook and Journal.
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Podcast Series: Effective Litigation of Parental Alienation
Podcast Series: Effective Litigation of Parental Alienation
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The following needs to be considered in divorce and dissolution cases involving adolescent children. #parentalalienation
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Working with family law cases that include Parental Alienation requires specialized knowledge and skills, along with a different approach. Learn more, join us in October for "Effective Litigation of Parental Alienation" Symposium.
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Parental Alienation FAQs: Is there any way to establish Parental Alienation without going to court? The establishing of the presence of alienating behavior in a parent can be intervened on
by the influence of others. For example, if a parent is actively doing things to keep a child away from the other parent for no valid reason, and is trying to vilify them, confidantes, loved ones and family members of the alienating parent can sometimes influence this parent to cease this behavior. When these attempts fail however, there is little one can do other than go to court.
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Can effective litigation change the face of parental alienation? Join us in Miami for "Effective Litigation of Parental Alienation" Symposium -- the premier event for anyone practicing family law or specializing in marriage and family therapy -- and learn how.
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There is a tremendous amount of misinformation about parental alienation, how to address it in court and what works in terms of reunification approaches. Unfortunately the victims of this lack of expertise are the children with lifelong negative consequences, and things are not getting better, in fact they are getting worse.
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