Parental Alienation

Are you experiencing parental alienation?
If you used to have regular contact with your child such as letters, phone calls, Skype and face to face contact or contact is becoming increasingly difficult and your child is showing signs of hostility towards you then you may be experiencing Parental Alienation.
Parental alienation is when one parent (usually the resident parent) deliberately turns their child against the other (usually the non-resident parent). The alienation can also be towards extended family such as grandparents and siblings where the child is also prevented from contact with them.
It is a recognised form of parental psychological abuse and the courts are starting to recognise and deal with this. It is also a prevalent topic in the press as can be seen in the link below.
If you find yourself in this situation and need advice give us a call on 01706 824707 for a free 30 minute consultation with our experienced solicitor Jacqueline Birkett.
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5095749/Alienating-parents-stripped-contact-kids.html
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