Parental Alienation in the United States Courts: 1985-2018
The first recorded case resembling parental alienation was fought out in the courts of England 215 years ago. Over the last two centuries, English-speaking jurists have grappled with parents alienating, brainwashing, kidnapping, and manipulating their children in thousands of cases. This research examined the extent to which the construct - Parental Alienation - was found in US family courts and whether it was considered material, probative, relevant and admissible. Further, the research examined the proportions of male to female victim parents and whether courts made significant changes in shared parenting when claims of alienation were made.
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