Dear reader, It occurred to me today to think about parental alienation from a different angle. How do people become the person that stops one person from being involved in their child’s life when they are divorced? Perhaps its stems … Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons
Dear Cafcass, At time of writing I have not seen my three beautiful children in any meaningful way since July 2016. Since separating, my ex and I have spent in excess of £10,000 between us on legal fees. My aim … Continue reading An Open Letter to Cafcass
For those of you new to this blog, I am an alienated parent (a definition of parental alienation can be found here). With the exception of one hour with my youngest child at a Contact Centre, my ex-partner has successfully … Continue reading My Trip to a Co-Parenting Workshop
All too often in the breakdown of a relationship, one person may have reached that decision before the other, and may have delayed dealing with any considered change in the interests of the children. When it is finally communicated to the … Continue reading The True Cost of Pursuing Child Contact Through the Courts
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