Why Parental Alienation Is Considered A ‘Divorce Poison’ — Parental Alienation

Madison Elizabeth Baylis

In cases of heated, acrimonious and winner-take-all custody battles in divorce or separation, the stakes are often massive. One of the most heartbreaking realities of heated custody battles is the so-called parental alienation, where one parent could instill negative thoughts into a child’s mind against the other parent who spends a limited time with a […]

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