Seperation

Warning signs of parental alienation

Organising when children spend time with their separated parents can sometimes be a challenging process. Children may prefer spending more time with one parent or one household than the other parent/the other household. This can be a natural inclination due to things like personality, location or interest compatibility – and such inclinations are often apparent …

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It’s not always about alienation: A look at parental rejection/absence

Although Australian Family Law professionals are starting to recognise the prevalence of parental alienation and the consequence of this dynamic in the post-separation space, it is clear there are many other reasons why children may not have contact with a parent following parental separation. It is important to acknowledge these reasons if we are to …

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