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Study Accidentally Finds that Courts are Taking Claims of Parental Alienation in the Face of False Allegations of Abuse More Seriously

A new study shows courts are taking a more serious stance on allegations of parental alienation when it is accompanied by potentially false claims of abuse. Of course, that wasn’t its purpose. Get fathers’ rights news right in your inbox!

Parental Alienation and other Domestic Violence

UK Parents Needed for Studies on Parental Alienation, Court Abuse, and Also Need Victims of Domestic, Economic, and Emotional Abuse

UK parents are being asked to take part in surveys on parental alientation and other forms of domestic violence. Protect your anonymity while helping to shape policies in the United Kingdom.

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New Book Offers a First Person Perspective on Parental Alienation

In an excellent editorial in the Baltimore Post Examiner, David Shubert writes that “Parental alienation leaves a hurricane of pain.” While it’s a bit ironic that his editorial was published just one day before Hurricane Harvey it, perhaps it’s also prophetic – as we watch the scenes of countless families flooded out of their homes, […]