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Tom L. Ware, M.Ed., CCCJS-MACe    Licensed Private Investigator, Lic. # A14972

For persons who work in the field of divorce and child custody the phenomenon of Parental Alienation is very real and frequently seen. I do not believe there is a gender bias with this phenomenon and have seen it about equally from fathers and mothers. If all of a sudden your child says you're "mean" and gives some trivial reason for his/her belief then I would be suspicious of parental alienation. If your child starts calling you by your first name when they used to call you mom or dad - Watch Out!

Evidence is gathered in several different ways from accurately recording the other parties behavior to what the child may tell a professional. A method of "Strategic Email's" can also induce the other party to provide you with the evidence that points to parental alienation.

The prevailing view with regards to extreme cases of parental alienation is that the child should be removed from the offending parent's home and placed in the non-custodial parent's home. The ultimate of parental alienation is parental abduction which most professionals concur is child abuse.

However, not every case which involves allegations of parental alienation is truly parental alienation. Sometimes the child may have real and legitimate reasons for not wanting to see the offending parent. Many times this is seen in parents who have been emotionally abusive or physically or sexually abusive to a child. In those kind of cases, the child's desire not to see the offending parent may be real and not a direct result of conscious acts by the other parent and would not be considered as parental alienation.

What is sometimes difficult to ascertain is when there is a combination of both, the child having some legitimate reasons to be angry with one parent and the other parent overly supporting the child's cause for their anger against the offending parent. It's like you can't ever get out of the doghouse with either your child or your ex-spouse to make things better.

Next to the Court terminating your rights as a parent this is the next most common way to lose your children - maybe not legally but emotionally! Usually finding a good therapist or counselor is your only solution in combination with the Court's help to hold the offending parent responsible for their actions.

Of course, a private investigator can help provide the Court evidence when needed. Divorced parents must always consider how their words or actions will affect the child's relationship with the other parent. Remember, statistically, children who do the best after a divorce depends on how well their parents get along post divorce.


 

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