it is clear there are many other reasons why children may not have contact with a parent following parental separation.
It is important for parents to remember that a child’s developing identity is enriched if they are free to enjoy a positive relationship with both parents. Has your relationship with your child changed after separation? Time to examine whether you are inadvertently alienating your child from their other parent.
Family Law is fraught with complexity, competing interests, suffering and potent, palpable anger. The process of separating undoubtedly qualifies as a high stress life event with many individuals experiencing significant anxiety, depression, increased substance abuse and difficulty regulating their emotions.