Zimmerman: Repeal Spousal Maintenance Laws. August 18, 2020 by Robert Franklin, JD, Member, National Board of Directors Professor Augusto Zimmerman goes on, in his presentation to the Joint Select Committee, to take on the issue of spousal maintenance (A Sense of Place, 7/27/20).
As with the child support/parental alienation/male suicide triumvirate of issues, he pulls no punches. Surely, there is little doubt that elementary considerations of fairness and equity demand that the law compelling the payment of spouse maintenance be immediately repealed under the current ‘no-fault’ system. It is that system of “no-fault” divorce that’s the focus of his opposition to alimony. Zimmerman points out that, in the past, when marriage was much less easy to dissolve than it is today, a system of spousal maintenance could be defended. But today’s reality bears little resemblance to that of pre-“no-fault” days. National Parents Organization, Shared Parenting, Child Support and Alimony Reform. Another Failed Attack on the Concept of Parental Alienation. Another Failed Attack on the Concept of Parental Alienation. UK: New Parental Alienation Case Seeks Quick Action by Trial Courts.
July 10, 2020 by Robert Franklin, JD, Member, National Board of Directors Karen Woodall is a British psychotherapist who blogs extensively about parental alienation.
She’s one of the clearest, strongest voices in the fight to make family courts more equitable for parents and healthier for children. Her views deserve respect. That makes her opinion about the recent case, Re S, cause for some celebration. UK: New Parental Alienation Case Seeks Quick Action by Trial Courts. UK: New Parental Alienation Case Seeks Quick Action by Trial Courts. Effects of parental alienation include low self-esteem and self-hatred – Ingrid Vassallo. What is Parent Alienation?
Parental alienation is mostly common in the context of child-custody disputes and its primary manifestation is the child’s campaign of denigration against a loving parent, a campaign that has no justification. It results from a combination of brainwashing by the parent’s indoctrinations and the child’s own contributions to the vilification of the targeted parent.
This is not related to cases where true parental abuse and/or neglect are present and a child’s animosity is justified. It is often defined as a mental condition in which a child – usually one whose parents are engaged in a high-conflict separation/divorce – allies himself or herself strongly with one parent (the preferred parent) and rejects a relationship with the other parent (the alienated parent) without legitimate justification. Parental Alienation. Parental Alienation: What Can an Alienated Parent Do? Source: (c) Bialasiewicz/fotosearch In my recent blogpost entitled Parental Alienation: What Is It?
Who Does It? I mentioned that in my clinical practice I have been had a run on cases of parental alienation syndrome. A common theme has emerged. That theme is the lack of support or justice that they receive from family courts. When one parent turns his or her children against the other parent via negative innuendos, false accusations and more, the children as well as the alienated parent suffer. Progress Miscarriages of justice within the family law system occur far too often. One woman, Elaine Cobb, got the ball rolling. That program grew, and continues to grow. Just this past week Elaine launched a new website (link is external) (link is external)filled with vital information and links to more.
In addition, Elaine reaches out to alienated parents and grandparents in need of support by hosting a free monthly educational telephone conference-call. Blogs.psychcentral. Relationship Matters: The impact of Parental Alienation Syndrome on children. When parents get divorced, the impact of this family break-up is emotionally painful and is often confusing for children to process.
The prior sense of being with their loving parents, who have also been a loving couple, choosing to part, is perplexing and deeply shocking for children. In addition, when youngsters observe contempt, harsh words, fights and evident loss of love and respect between their parents preceding the divorce, their notions about the “perfect, forever after love” and their safety within the family is shattered. The Impact of Parental Alienation on Children. Why Parental Alienation Is Harmful To Children's Psychological Health.
Divorce or separation can be psychologically draining to both the spouses and their kids.
What's worse, high-conflict cases of such may spur on the alienating mother or father to brainwash the youngsters that the targeted parent never wanted them and worse, never really loved the children. In some instances, the alienating parent creates a huge gap by threat, urging the kids to cut off ties with the other parent. The rift may cause dramatics changes to the children's attitude, outlook in life and their relationship with the targeted parent. According to Psychology Today, the severe effects of parental alienation on children are well-documented.
These are low self-esteem and self-hatred, lack of trust, depression, and substance abuse and other forms of addiction are widespread, as children lose the capacity to give love and accept love from a parent. Parental Alienation. Parental Alienation Considered A Threat To Public Health. Many aspects of divorce can be heartbreaking, but perhaps nothing is more tragic than when an innocent child is turned against a loving parent.
Sadly, it is common for one parent to work to undermine the relationship their child has with the other parent thus putting the child directly in the center of the conflict of their divorce. Serious Parental Alienation – The Approach of the Courts and Practitioners in 2016. Home > Articles Francesca Wiley QC of 1 Garden Court Family Law Chambers considers how the landscape is changing in the courts’ and practitioners’ attitudes to intractable contact cases.
Francesca Wiley QC of 1 Garden Court Family Law Chambers Despite what appears to be a somewhat conservative approach by courts and practitioners to what are usually called "intractable "or "implacable hostility" cases the landscape appears to be changing. Courts, in particular the High Court, have started to recognise that the dynamic and presence of parental alienation are real in some families and require rapid intervention if children and parents are to have a healthy emotional future free from long term psychological harm. Recent Advances in Understanding Parental Alienation.
Recent Advances in Understanding Parental Alienation. Father Not Obligated to Pay Child Support, Panel Finds _ New York Law Journal.pdf. Devastated Father's Speak Out About Parental Alienation - Relating To Men. For any parent who is alienated from their child, every single day brings the painful realisation that they are missing a vital piece of their heart and soul.
To me it is an unimaginable pain, and yet one I encounter on an almost daily basis as I support men who through no fault of their own, have had this inflicted upon them. Birthdays, holidays, and festive occasions are all exceptionally difficult times for alienated parents and after Christmas Day there is perhaps none more damaging or hurtful for men than being alienated on Father’s Day.
Many Australian families will be celebrating the role of father’s in their children’s lives this week. Little children will be rushing into Dad’s room to give him the present they made at school, or purchased from the school fete. Older children will be giving Dad a hug, making him breakfast and letting him know he is loved. I asked some men from my support group to share their words of what it means to them to be an alienated Dad on Father’s Day.
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