Continuing on their Parental Alienation series, your hosts Jake Gilbreath and Brian Walters take a look at a grim side of an already grim subject: false accusations of parental alienation. While thankfully not a common occurrence, some scorned partners will try to use every trick they can think of to get an edge in court, and other times some spouses genuinely think parental alienation is occurring when it is not.
Luckily, Jake and Brian are here to lay out your options if you have been accused of parental alienation and give tips on how to improve your chances of getting the results you want.
The Texas Family Law Podcast is available for download on Apple Podcasts, as well as on SoundCloud and Spotify. Don’t feel like listening to it? The entire transcript is available below.
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