Category: Parental Alienation

Coping: Holiday Conflict Resolution

Holiday Conflict Is a Reality Posting near holidays presents a real dilemma.  I want to post pictures of feasts and family celebrations, kids hunting eggs, unwrapping gifts, lighting the Menorah or Kinarah, decorating the Christmas tree, blowing out birthday candles and watching fireworks. I also recognize that the holidays can be a stressful time for divorced families, [..]

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Complex Divorce with Children Survival Guide

True Story:  One Fort Worth Family  Survived a Complex Divorce with Children and High Assets by MaryHartin We  survived a high-asset complex divorce with children. The divorce was also extremely high conflict.  More importantly, my children survived the high-asset, complex, high-conflict divorce.  How did we do it?  We took charge of our destiny and we put our [..]

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Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation: Your Children are the Real Victims Sometimes there are strong negative feelings between two parents.  Sometimes one parent will try to pull the child away from the other.  If you have said any of these things, you need an attorney who is tough enough to fight the parental alienation battle and compassionate enough [..]

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Win Your Case!

Win Your Case with Your Attorney Imagine that you have been involved in a lengthy lawsuit and your case is finally going to trial. Your attorney has all the documents to help prove your case all lined up and in proper form for admission in the trial. You have your list of properly subpoenaed witnesses and your attorney [..]

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Should I have an attorney send a letter?

Should I have an attorney send a letter?  Probably not. As an attorney, I am sometimes asked if I can “send a letter” to solve some problem or situation. The better question to ask your attorney is, “should I have an attorney send a letter for me?” People think that if the person who is giving [..]

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