Parental alienation: who’s the real victim?
February 15, 2017 18 comments
Earlier this week Cafcass suggested that ‘parental alienation’ is a form of child abuse. This is when one parent tries to turn their children against their former partner.
Over the course of her 37-year career as a solicitor, Marilyn Stowe has dealt with thousands of people. In her experience those who try this tactic commonly present themselves as a victim. But, as she explains in this video, that is often not the case.
Press play to hear her thoughts on this emotive issue.
February 15, 2017
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