How to Reverse the Effects of Parental Alienation Syndrome (Part 1)

Parental alienation is a problematic consequence of divorce. Although it's illegal and doesn't always happen, some parents will alienate their ex by "brainwashing" their child.

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How to Prove Parental Alienation

Have you heard that your ex-spouse talks bad about you? Are you concerned they are telling your child(ren) horrible things about your relationship? Do you feel your relationship with your child is slipping away?

Sole Custody

What is Sole Custody?

In 51% of custody cases, the courts and parents select the mother to have custody. And while this is the majority of cases, 49% of fathers win custody.

What Is the Difference Between Fault and No-Fault Divorce?

Over time, people change and go their separate ways. However, change and separation are much more complex once you're married and often lead to divorce and frustration.


What’s the Connection Between Parental Alienation and Narcissism?

Narcissism is one of 10 personality disorders, and up to 5% of Americans suffer from it. Most people think narcissism is when someone loves himself more than another person, and they’re not entirely wrong, but there is a bigger picture to paint.

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How Does Child Custody Affect Your Vacation Plans?

Vacations are an excellent way to get away from the monotonous days of life. Whether you're lounging on the beach or hiking through the mountains, people love escaping to new and beautiful places to rest and recharge. But as one parent with joint legal custody, family law might dictate your vacation times, making it look a little different than expected.

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How to Serve Divorce Papers

There comes a time in some marriages when divorce seems like the only viable option left. If and when you decide to file for divorce, you must follow the proper steps. Failure to abide by the court can result in you needing to restart the entire process.

America's Juvenile Court and Laws

Law enforcement arrests nearly 2,000 children every single day in the US. Although this number of arrests is 62% less than a decade ago, the statistics are clear, and police officers arrest children every 45 seconds. And while most juveniles never break the law again, some children don’t get a second chance. Parents and children need to know what to do after a child is arrested and enters their first juvenile court.