Category: Parental Alienation

Remedies for Parental Alienation Syndrome

A finding of family violence or neglect by a Texas family law judge unlocks the full power of the Texas court to make significant and in some, cases extraordinary remedies to protect the victimized child from ongoing abuse. Unfortunately, it is not an effective strategy for a Texas family lawyer to simply lodge accusations of Parental Alienation Syndrome with […]

Fighting Parental Alienation and Emotional Abuse

In Texas, the Family Court has broad latitude to fashion a custody order to protect a child from child abuse, including emotional abuse resulting from parental alienation. The command of the law is for the Court to fashion a court order to provide a “safe, stable, and nonviolent environment for the child” and the court is guided […]

Two Keys of Parental Alienation

Parental alienation requires “two keys” to start and run the destructive behavioral system. Understanding the requirement of “two keys” is an important insight and helps the family law court and lawyer to see through the conflict cloud that obscures the root cause of parental alienation. The first key. The ignition of parental alienation syndrome is often a […]

Parental Alienation Syndrome: The Cloud of Conflict

Courts often make no changes to the parenting orders in Parental Alienation Syndrome cases because the Court is unable to see through the “cloud of conflict,” generated by parental alienation. What is the “cloud of conflict”? The “cloud of conflict” refers to the difficulty for the Judge or Jury to understand the root cause. The “cloud of […]