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Jennifer Verraneault, former media executive who is dedicated to the advocacy of each child's right to have an active and loving relationship with both parents following a separation or divorce.

Ms. Verraneault has organized a group of Connecticut families affected by parental alienation, along with local legislators to change the way in which family court identifies this form of child abuse early in the legal proceedings as well as educating schools and the community of the long term psychological effects of alienation.

Ms. Verraneault is currently working with the Connecticut Judicial Committee to amend current laws and introduce new language that will provide family court judges the ability to act swiftly when alienation is identified and to impose sanctions as a deterrent to the parent who is consciously or unconsciously alienating their child.  

Ms. Verraneault is also a Certified Guardian Ad Litem for the State of Connecticut and has been instrumental, along with her fiancé Jerry Mastrangelo, an alienated father of triplets in having the Connecticut Judicial Committee vote unanimously to form a task force in order to investigate how these cases are being handled in family courts across Connecticut.

This task force will present solutions to the committee for early detection and prevention of alienation and if not caught early, treatment necessary for the alienated child and family affected by Parental Alienation.

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