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Characteristics of the PAS Diagnosis

Dr. Gardner identified eight factors that can contribute to alienation. The alienating parent engages in a “campaign of denigration” against the targeted parent. In other words, PA is not a spouse saying one mean or spiteful remark out of context. The parent has to systematically say or do things to convince your child of your wrongness.   The depreciation is based on weak or absurd...

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Parental Alienation 101: Understanding the Basics

No one is born hating another person… People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite. – Nelson Mandela American psychiatrist, Dr. Richard Gardner, coined the term and concept “Parental Alienation System” (PAS) back in 1985, based on work he had conducted in the 1980’s, to describe what...

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Have You Been the Victim of Parental Alienation?

Even under the most amicable circumstances, negotiations over child custody during a divorce can turn bitter, even brutal. It’s one thing to haggle over how to divvy up the living room furniture or the wedding China; it’s another thing entirely to develop a nuts and bolts plan for how to co-parent, split up time and figure out who should go with whom over the holidays. Custody battles can test...

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Conclusion to Blog Series on False Abuse and Neglect Allegations

Standing accused of false allegations of abusing or neglecting your children can be one of the most painful and emotional experiences you will ever face in your life. Congratulations on working your way through our blog series on this topic. You’ve taken a brave first step to understanding what challenges you face and what resources might be available to you. Hopefully, this series has begun to...

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A Quick Survey of Parental Alienation Behaviors and Their Severity

There are 3 basic types of alienating behavior. 1. The parent can positively reinforce the alienation. The parent rewards the child when he or she agrees with a critical statement about you or makes fun of you. For example: “You’re so right that your father looks ridiculous in that picture. He was never able to control himself around alcohol.” 2. The parent can negatively reinforce the...

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FAQs about DCP&P and Child Neglect and Abuse Charges [Part 6]

How do visits with your child work? In general, when your child is in foster care, it’s up to DCP&P to arrange visits that will occur for one hour every other week at the DCP&P office. Your attorney can help you obtain longer and more frequent times to meet up with your child. You also may be able to arrange things, so that you meet with your child outside the DCP&P office at a place...

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FAQs about DCP&P and Child Neglect and Abuse Charges [Part 5]

How confidential is any information I share with my attorney? In general, what you tell your attorney in confidence (when no one else is around) must remain confidential. However, your attorney is obligated to go to the police if you say that you are going to commit a crime in the future. Will the general public be able to access information from the court hearings? No. Both information at the...

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Is supervision required any time DCPP files a complaint alleging abuse?

To learn about supervised visitation any time DCPP files a complaint, watch this...

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I heard there is a law called UIFSA what does this law do?

Watch this video to find out about the new law called UIFSA, and what this law...

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FAQs about DCP&P and Child Neglect and Abuse Charges [Part 3]

What is the Legal Service’s Family Representation Project? Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ) sponsors this project, which connects low income parents with legal assistance for dealing with DCP&P cases involving accusations of neglect and abuse. What is the DAG? The DAG, also known as Deputy Attorney General, is an attorney who represents the DCP&P in Court. What is a Law Guardian? This...

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