Tag Archives: Parental

Parental Alienation: What Is it? How Bad Is the Problem?

For families, the ideal divorce outcome includes happy children who maintain strong relationships with both parents. In turn, parents will hopefully enjoy an amicable relationship. All too often, however, divorce devolves into a power struggle, as evidenced by the increasingly … Continue reading

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Court Lacks Authority to Prohibit Parental Relocation in Gallatin, Tennessee: Caton v. Caton

Facts: Mother and Father are the divorced parents of two children. The agreed parenting plan designates Mother as the primary residential parent. Father has 156 days of parenting time. One year after the divorce, Mother petitioned to modify the parenting plan. … Continue reading

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Everything You Need to Know About Parental Alienation

When a divorce comes into play in the family, the day to day events and challenges will change not only for the spouses, but for the rest of the family as well. When the relationship of both parents come to … Continue reading

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Parental Responsibility in Texas

It is only automatic that a couple assumes liability over each other as soon as they get married. In the same way, when both of the spouses decided to have children and start building the family, the responsibility increases. This … Continue reading

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What Is Parental Alienation and What Can Be Done About it?

Parental alienation in a Texas child custody case can escalate this already contentious part of a divorce, which has long been associated with parents trying to make each other look bad, into a level where one parent manipulates a child … Continue reading

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