Two judges of the AP high court denied a mom visitation rights because her daughter said that she did not want to see her mom’s face when she visited
let us not rejoice just because the dad was the winner here. The sad part is that the judiciary has once again asked a child to choose between her parents and not paid any heed to potential parental alienation
The right to a parent child relationship is a fundamental right that cannot be treated loosely. Hopefully newly formed NGO’s like CRISP will show the judiciary the correct path when it comes to making custody decisions
READ ARTICLE HERE
KUDOS TO THIS JUDGE FOR UNDERSTANDING PARENTAL ALIENATION AND ITS HARMFUL EFFECTS AND INTERVENING ACTIVELY TO MITIGATE THE DELETERIOUS EFFECTS OF PARENTAL ALIENATION. I WISH MORE JUDGES ALL OVER THE WORLD INCLUDING INDIA WOULD SEE THROUGH WHAT ALIENATING PARENTS DO
A 13-year-old Ontario boy whose domineering father systematically brainwashed him into hating his mother can be flown against his will to a U.S. facility that deprograms children who suffer from parental alienation, an Ontario Superior Court judge has ruled.
Mr. Justice James Turnbull ordered the boy – identified only as LS – into the custody of his mother. He said that the boy urgently needs professional intervention to reverse the father’s attempt to poison his mind toward his mother and, in all probability, to women in general.
READ THE ENTIRE STORY HERE
Many of you must have heard the nasty voice mail message that Alec Baldwin left for his daughter that was leaked to the press. Hear it below
Although this vmail can by no means be condoned the reality is that Kim Basinger has followed a systematic PARENTAL ALIENATION campaign for several years. And the reality is it becomes real hard for a father to keep up with this BS for too long and sooner or later something gives. There are several articles about Alec and Kim’s situation, read a few below from Glenn Sack’s blog
Alec’s video on the view
I defend Alec on CNN
Judge Judy opines on Baldwin
NOW scolds media for allowing Alec to talk about PA
Baldwin not the only culprit
Susan Estrich on Alec and PA
In defense of Alec
Paediatrician mommy kidnaps children but child tells judge she wants to stay with father. Lower courts grant custody to dad, mommy fights all the way to the Supreme court, tries to use all kinds of arguments (e.g. woman needed during puberty stage of child, parental alienation has made child say that she does not want to stay w/ mommy etc) but to no avail. Two key points in this case
1. child stated wish to stay w/ father
2. mom had not made any damaging allegations against father of child abuse
read judgement here
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Congratulations to this hero father for not only getting custody of his children in their best interests but also for continuing to fight
He has lost more than 5 years with them which even the Good Lord cannot return but he has saved these innocent souls from the devastation they would have faced with their unfit mother
He has allowed the mother to have unrestricted visits with the children, hopefully he will monitor those and make them supervised to prevent further child abuse.
This is also a good case that shows the reasoned approach taken by the judge in the best interests of the child without exhibiting any form of gender bias
Read the judgement here
A UK Judge has said that “good fathers are powerless against vengeful mothers”. In this particular case, mother made false sexual abuse allegations, exhibited PA (parental alienation) behavior, and child subsequently exhibits PAS (parental alienation syndrome). Even though the courts find that the allegations are unfounded, the court decides that it would be in the best interests of the child to not see/spend time with DAD since it would be too stressful for her.
READ FULL STORY AT GLENN’S BLOG
Can this judge and the family court system answer a few logical questions:
1. Is it in the best interests of the child long term to live with this vengeful mother? How so?
2. Why does the court not give sole custody to the father and prevent mother from seeing the child unless and until she stops her venomous behavior?
3. Is a parent’s abusive alienating behavior less harmful for the child’s long term development and growth than NOT being with the mother?
PAS is unfortunately a reality that most people (doctors, lawyers, judiciary, parents) do not understand. But past experience has shown that there are specific actions that parents can take to overcome PAS and minimize the impact on children
READ THE FULL ARTICLE BY JAYNE MAJOR HERE