Category Archives: Family Law

Are You An Alienating Parent?

Think about the following statements that a child might say: I don’t want to go to school today. I don’t want to do my home work. I don’t want to tidy my room. I don’t want to go to bed. … Continue reading

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Spare A Thought For The Children Who Are Victims Of Parental Alienation This Easter

Parental Alienation is classed as child abuse in many countries such as Australia, Canada, USA, Brazil and France. Sadly, for tens of thousands of parents in the UK (usually Fathers), the sad truth is that the resident parent (usually the … Continue reading

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One Hundred Thousand Children Involved In New Family Court Applications In The Past Year

According to UK Ministry of Justice figures, more than 98,000 children were involved in new family court applications in the past year, but with previous government statistics lacking confidence, this is probably somewhat higher and in the 100,000 plus range. … Continue reading

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