In highly contentious divorce and child custody matters, one parent might believe that their is parental alienation that has taken place. In other words, they believe that the other parent has said or done things to such an extreme degree that they children no longer want to be around them or have a relationship with them. Proving parental alienation is hard, however, and often requires the use of an expert. It is also important to distinguish parental alienation from realistic estrangement. To find out more on this topic, you talk to our Parental Alienation Lawyers by calling 1-855-805-0595. This episode is also based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: How to prove parental alienation.
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