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Parental Alienation and What It Means for Your Case

Parental Alienation is becoming a commonly used term in our Court System. Many people are now asking, exactly what does it mean and how does it affect the outcome of a custody dispute? Parental Alienation is the term used to describe the destruction of a child’s relationship with one parent by the other parent’s actions. It can include systematically removing the parent from the child’s life by making it impossible after a divorce/separation for the other parent to be involved, or it may include speaking negatively about the other parent in front of or to the child. Parental alienation is a hotly debated issue in child custody cases and in the nation. …