Tuesday, August 30, 2011
With Who? on Your Side
Link "Unfortunately, my (the author's) experience in the Family Court has been that judges (and the social workers assigned to the cases by the court) are reluctant to identify a situation as parental alienation. In those rare cases when they do, they are loathe to take strong steps to intervene effectively to limit the parental alienation in general. Nor have I seen that they are willing to openly confront the use of the gap in religious observance as justification for alienation, and call it for what it is."