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Fathers Rights Parental Alienation

Are Child Custody Laws That Treat Parental Gatekeeping Like Child Abuse Long Overdue?

B. Robert Farzad | Posted 10.12.2014 | Divorce
B. Robert Farzad

Parental gatekeeping is not an everyday word intact or separated families use but it has a very real impact and import on child custody cases. Are laws against reckless or malicious, restrictive gatekeeping overdue or is this a solution looking for a problem?

This Is What It's Like Being Raised Without A Father

Kirsten Larson | Posted 09.07.2014 | Divorce
Kirsten Larson

Two days before my mother died from cancer she asked, "You won't be contacting your father, will you?" They had been divorced 37 years but their animosity toward each other never waned. "Really? This isn't important right now mom."

Lessons I Learned From My Parents: Part V

Mark Baer | Posted 11.17.2013 | Divorce
Mark Baer

Parents are correct in the notion that causing the children to take sides can be extremely useful in their divorce game of chess. However, unlike chess, divorce is not a game and children are not pawns.

Parental Alienation: It's About More Than "A Uterus, Divorce Papers and Bruises"

Cathy Meyer | Posted 05.25.2011 | Divorce
Cathy Meyer

Over the last few months Father's Rights activists have been attempting to have Parental Alienation Disorder...