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April 2016 Archives

Is parental alienation a valid concern?

Divorces in California can range in terms of the animosity between two spouses parting ways. When issues such as child custody are in play, a contentious situation can be very difficult. If accusations of child abuse are raised by either a parent or child, the matter can become even more complicated. Although child abuse is a serious matter that a court would not want to take lightly, there can be concerns of possible parental alienation.

Divorce strategies for parents

California parents who are thinking about seeking a divorce are sometimes reluctant to act because they worry about the effect that the process could have on their young children. Even the best of intentions are sometimes not enough to prevent custody and visitation disputes erupting into contentious legal battles, and mainstream media accounts frequently blame all manner of social ills on single-parent homes and the breakdown of traditional family values.

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