Best Lawyers For Parental Alienation Syndrome?

Well, first things first. If you haven’t read The Man Who Wasn’t There by Susan Orlean yet, do so as soon as you can! It’s an absolutely fantastic book about a man who suffers from parental alienation syndrome and his son’s subsequent battle over custody of the child. The father is accused of being a non-existent person due to the effects of this syndrome.

Susan Orlean said: “I believe that I have discovered a new disease – a disease which affects only males and which has been going on for thousands of years.” So what is it? We’ll get there in just a minute… But first, let me tell you how I came across this book. In researching articles for my next post about paternal alienation, I stumbled upon numerous articles telling me all sorts of stuff about PAS but nothing definite enough to tie together into one coherent article until now… When people ask me if they should try to prove their child was affected by PAS (which happened with my own husband), my learned response always seems to be: Have you ever heard the term Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)? This idea may seem strange at first glance because we’ve all heard stories like those above; stories where parents suddenly turn against their children without warning or reason and can be difficult or impossible to work out why. And indeed if these examples were not around then perhaps such behaviour would appear normal – however studies carried out since 1999 show that parental alienation isn’t quite

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