Examples of Alienating Behavior – Impeding with visitation, despite Court orders
September 7, 2013 § Leave a comment
Examples of Alienating Behavior
BEHAVIOR Impeding with visitation, despite orders.
* Denigrating the other parent in front of anyone who will listen, including the children, as well as calling the TP or step-parent derogatory names in front of the child.
* Filing allegations of abuse while constantly dragging the ex into court for child support or alimony.
* Stopping any contact with the children and the exes extended family or friends who disagree with them. Believing that they are above the law, and that all orders/laws were made for everyone else but them.
* Impeding Communication with the children, including blocking access to school records and meeting and events.
* Grilling the children about their visit, asking the children to spy or collect evidence.
* Refusing visitation because the ex spouse has been unable to afford the child support or not made a payment.
* Statements of constant hatred and vengeance about the ex-spouse. Refusal to disclose their home address.
* Refusal to supply or keep the other parent in the loop on medical issues, educational issues, events pertaining to the child/ren and so on.
* Continually referring to the child as their own children and not the spouses.
* Continually not enforcing the visitation with the other parent by claiming the children do not want to go (Barring no true abuse is truly going on) and using the excuse that they are not going to force the children to go see their other parent if they do not want to.Impeding any court orders, including Counseling orders.
* Moving the children away from a parent they once had a loving relationship with, and thus making visitation and a relationship next to impossible.
The List goes on and on …
Please feel to add post or comment and share with others any behavior you think is not “In the best interest of Child/Children”
1. What has happened when some and/or all apply in the above alienating behavior?
2. Where have you gone for help with this?
3. Who have you found that told you it is not there duty and/or jurisdiction to help with this kind of matter?
4. How educated is your Lawyer or Judge dealing with Parental Alienation?
5. How has the school system/teachers handle this matter with your childs education, and so that you are actively involved and included with your childs conference meetings, communication with teachers and those involved with childs education?
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