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How to Defend Yourself Against Parental Alienation in Indiana

Parental alienation is a particularly dangerous form of child abuse. It occurs when one parent attempts to influence their child against the other parent, often without the child’s knowledge or consent. An alienated child becomes increasingly hostile toward the targeted parent and denies any positive memories of that parent. Inflicted children may
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How to Prove Parental Alienation in Indiana

Parental alienation, also known as parental estrangement or parental alienation syndrome, is an emotional and psychological condition that occurs when a child rejects a parent’s love or affection. Parental alienation can happen in any family situation but is most common when one parent tries to convince their child or children that the
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How to Win a Parental Alienation Case in Court

Parental alienation is a serious problem in many families. When parents cannot communicate with each other, their children can become caught in the middle of their disagreements. This can lead to a child feeling like they have to choose between their parents, which can cause significant stress and anxiety. If you’re involved
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What to Do When a Parent is Manipulating a Child?

Using a child as a pawn in a relationship is one of the worst forms of manipulation. Commonly, a divorced couple may have bad blood and ill feelings towards each other, but the goal should be to see to the child’s needs and happiness. This is not always the case, as the
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How Do Judges Look at Parental Alienation?

Parental alienation syndrome is when one parent bad-mouths the other, forcing negative thoughts into their child’s mind. Though it is not a form of physical abuse, the results devastate the child and the alienated parent. A judge’s view on parental alienation is that it is treated like a child abuse case, and
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