In Part 3 of our three-part discussion on Parental Alienation, Lee Block and Michael Ambrose discuss different approaches when in the midst of parental alienation and some expectations in the aftermath of dealing with parental alienation. Here is an excerpt:

Don’t ignore it.

You have to fight the parental alienation process with a process of your own. Of course, your plan will need to be much more carefully executed so as not to undermine your custody arrangement. In fact, being careful in how you communicate with your children in conjunction with appropriate documentation could bolster a case for a significant custody change down the road. Always be communicating with the children in positive ways. If you’re being cut-off from the children, even for extended periods of time, always keep trying. You can’t stop… (read more)

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