Our specialist Family team are trained and particularly interested in intergenerational trauma patterns, false allegations and how they feature in cases of Parental Alienation. Alienation in children occurs when they are either influenced and or pressured by parents to align themselves to one or the other parent or where there is a psychological issue affecting the child created by the dynamics between parents
Our lawyers understand the signs and need for;
- recognising alienation behaviour in a child and Protecting a child affected by an alienation reaction
- alienation behaviour in parents
- False allegations
Advising when therapy can help and the development of treatment routes for families affected by the problem.
- the instruction of leading experts and counsel
Serious Parental Alienation – The Approach of the Courts and Practitioners in 2016. Francesca Wiley QC has written this insightful and thought-provoking article which is essential reading. At Edward Hayes LLP we specialize in these complex and challenging cases guiding and supporting you throughout. Please contact the Family Law Team on email@example.com or 01243 832568 (direct dial).