Is there expert help to deal with Parental Alienation in the court system?

by Rick Nischalke on April 21, 2012

If you’re involved in a child custody case involving parental alienation or parental alienation syndrome this post could be very important to you.

Any attorney that’s been involved in a high conflict divorce involving children will be fully aware of the dynamic of PA even if they’ve never heard of the actual term. Although many judges are reluctant to accept parental alienation as a legal term, every experienced attorney & judge has seen a vicious ex-spouse attempt to destroy the relationship of a targeted parent with their children.

This is where an outside consultant can be very beneficial. They can help to protect you and your children in a variety of ways. To begin with they are usually quite current with case precedence on this topic. They’ve also seen what works best and just as importantly, what is totally ineffective in these types of cases. In addition they can often provide resources that your attorney will need to prove your case in court.

Please remember though that even with the help of a skilled & educated professional there are no guarantees of success in the courtroom. Judges are people. Like everyone else, there are good judges and bad judges. And unfortunately they can do just about anything they want to in their courtroom. Some of you already know exactly what I’m talking about. But that doesn’t negate the fact that you should do everything possible to obtain a favorable outcome for you and your children.

At first glance some of you will look at this as an additional expense. Although that could end up being the case, often times exactly the opposite is true. Many times a skilled consultant is able to uncover the truth much faster than your attorney could by themselves. In those cases it could actually save you a great deal in legal fees because there will be less litigation to prove what is happening and to remedy the situation.

Parental alienation is a horrible form of child abuse. Every effort should be made to prevent it from happening at all. When that’s not possible, it needs to be stopped from progressing to the point that children lose a loving parent. You will need every tool and resource available to help you in this battle with parental alienation. The key is to be proactive instead of reactionary. If you wait until you feel like your losing you’ve probably already lost…

Here is an article from one of the foremost authorities in this field. His name is Joseph Goldberg. Here is his perspective on the value of a consultant in these types of cases:

Parental Alienation and Children Exhibiting Visitation Refusal Behavior 

 

Rick Nischalke
Keeping Families Connected

{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Lisa December 9, 2012 at 6:07 pm

Help! My husband has already brainwashedy 14 year old and is fearlessly working on my 10 year old son. I’m am scared as time passes. He has temporary custody of my children and I am currently on a shelter. He somehow beyond belief convinced the mediator that I was totally unfit. I feel hopeless. He filed a ridiculous DVRO on me nd we went to trial. The judge found there was no evidence of his claims and did not grant a permanent order. She even went so far as to say he was acting in parental alienation but she is not our family law judge and the mediator refuses to look at evidence and take a deeper look at my desperate pleas. My little boy has stopped telling me he loves me and acts frightened of me

2 cheryl morris December 10, 2012 at 12:28 pm

Hi, where are you folks located? My daughter is being alienated from her son by her ex who has done alot of damage to the point that her son will not come home since a week ago last friday. She has legal & physical custody but doesn’t know what to do, since the police don’t enforce such things when the child is 16. Can you help? Thanks, Cheryl

3 anw1976 January 5, 2013 at 3:29 pm

I am going through the same thing. My 10 yr old daughter hated going to her fathers house until August when he received temp custody of both her and her 16 yr old sister. My 10 yr old was once a mamamas girl and always wanted me to the point of getting up in the middle of the night to get her from her best friends or cousins house because she missed me and wanted to come home. This has even happened since she has been in his custody on his weekend. No way was i telling her i wouldnt come get her regardless of who’s weekend it was. She never calls me when he is around but calls all the time from a friends phone when she is with them. She sd she is scared to ask to use his phone to call me. She has become very nervpus and anxious at times. He kept them from me for 5 weeks because i wouldnt allow them to come get the rest of their clothes from my house that i had to go out and buy since he took all their clothes to his house so she didnt look like an orphan when sge was with me due to always being sent with crappy clothes. My 16 yr ild is free to do whatever she wants including laying ouof school, failing every class and staying out all hours of the night. I had a sorry attorney and judge to not see through the sperm donor that never did or cared anything about them even the 12 years we were married. I was the only parent they ever had til i remarried and even my girls have told people that the stepdad had been more of a father than their real one had ever been. Now to prove the alienation and praying that the counselor we will begin seeing this week sees through to the truth and brings my babies back home to the one parent that has been there for them every single day of their life And to add one more important point is that i have my 10 yr old in a good christian private school to avoid the problems ive had with my 16 yr old and the sperm donor is planning on taking her out of that school. So my family is out $5000 and my daughter is out the only positive daily influence she has.

4 joe January 22, 2013 at 1:03 pm

I have not been able to talk with my daughter in over a year 8 yrs ago
Her mother moved out of state my little girl was my best friend shes 14 now and hates me I talked to her last halloween she never told me she hated me but now she does

5 mambear January 28, 2013 at 1:42 am

I am losing my mind…When do you stop fighting?

6 Joseph Goldberg January 31, 2013 at 8:22 am

If you need the help of a parental alienation consultant. Please call me at 407-401-7175 or write to me at pas consultant@aol.com
You can also visit my website at http://www.ParentalAlienation.ca
Check out my Facebook page – Parental Alienation Consulting Services

7 ginyarbrough2002 March 17, 2013 at 6:05 pm

my ex and his girlfriend have a new baby and she has become verbally abusive to my 9 year old little girl her fahter has sent her to stay with me a few times only to take her back in to the abusive home as soon has he has to let me regisrter her for school. i was injured at work over two years ago and still fighting workers comp so i cant afford a lawyer i dont know what to do he with holds all cntact with my kids for months on end until the school or some one starts complianing about behavior issues then he sends them here long enough to smooth things over and takes them back it may be six or eight months bvefor he lets me even talk to them on the phone does any one know how to get help i have tried children services and legal aid and csea no one has any ansewers

8 Halimah Bint Rose April 9, 2013 at 2:41 pm

I’m in Australia. This is exactly what has happened to me, every fine point, they are even my same terms of expressions! What I can’t understand is how professionals can be so blind. If anyone cares to connect the dots in my case, it is plain and simple to see. The problem as in the article, people aren’t interested in the whole truth, ease, convenience and their own safety. My case has been put in the ‘too hard box’. I’ve not seen my 10 year old for 9 months, all with permission from the court even though allegations against me are not proven but there is proof against the father. This is being ignored. Again as in the article, the father only needs a little more time. Stay strong people.

9 Stressed Abouta Narcissist May 14, 2013 at 1:34 am

Hello, if anyone here wants more information and to be a member of a group that is exhibiting a movement of change in legislation in federal law regarding these issues, please contact protective parents association and Mothers of lost children. We are a group of women and or parents that have lost custody to abusers molesters and or narcissists. Thank you.

10 Stressed Abouta Narcissist May 14, 2013 at 1:37 am

P.S. Mothers of lost children is currently in DC participating in the BMCC (Battered Mothers Custody Conference) and is marching in protest for the 10th year about loss of custody to men that abuse. We lobby for change, federal oversight hearings for CPS and Family Law Courts. We believe CPS needs a RECONSTRUCTION from A-Z ground up! Check us out on Facebook – Mothers of Lost Children, California Protective Parents Association, and National Safe Kids Network, or Court Watch.

11 Brandon May 18, 2013 at 11:07 pm

Hi, I recently put together a short film for a competition entitle the Child Priority, I want to do more work in this…. please support my efforts, and if there is anyone who would like to share with me for future prodcutions I can record by phone or by skype and haver server space on the web to accept submitted files also…

here is the clip, http://www.dailymotion.com/mx/relevance/search/the+child+priority/1#video=xzh1fy

12 Kristi July 21, 2013 at 7:28 pm

wow, i feel for all of u parents that r enduring this. my husband and i have been married now for almost 4 yrs and he separated from his exwife in 2007 and they had 2 kids. i knew from the beginning it was going to be bad. and i couldn’t have even imagined the half at that point. PAS is very real and didn’t know how malicious parents could be. within a month of the separation she called CPS numerous times to report sexual abuse to their 3 yr old daughter at that time and neglect for their 18 month old special needs son. and they believed her for SOOOOO LONG! it took us almost 3 yrs to make our case, and it was a long, expensive uphill battle. She eventually made her own bed that she HAD to lie in. The court took custody from her after a barrage of case workers, psychologists, and police detectives got in front of the judge and told them what was really going on. She had even run off with the kids and moved 5 hours away at the time. His kids wouldn’t talk to him for the longest and she had her daughter brainwashed that her daddy had hurt her. it was sick. in the end my husband gained sole custody of his kids and she was granted supervised permanent visitation. PAS is real and finally becoming more recognized, u just have to have the will to fight, because its not easy

13 SBA September 4, 2013 at 7:52 pm

I am in desperate need of a leading authority on PAS in Ohio – preferably Dayton / Cincinnati area. Reading these comments is frighteningly familiar.

14 shane October 7, 2013 at 12:16 am

Im involved in a criminal case accused of child molest. my exwife has trying to get sole custody for 3 yrs. i sent our son back to live with his mother he threatened to kill me, girlfrfiend, and her daugther. mind you he was 9 yrs old. aprox 1 month later after he was sent to his mothers i was being investigated for child abuse and neglect. i was cleared of allegations. 2 to 3 weeks after being cleared i was accused of child molest. eventually charged. after reading reports from dcs and police department, plus 2 depostions done on son and mother, reports and depositions contridict each other. was obvious my son was coached and menipulated for custody purposes.

15 russell Bullock October 29, 2013 at 2:51 pm

how do i order the “PAS package .

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: