The first ten amendments of the Bill of Rights are self explanatory. Violations of any of the rights described in these amendments give rise to causes of action, both against state judges under Title 42 U.S.C. § 1983 and arguably against federal judges in Bivens actions.Pro se litigants should give a clear and concise description of what happened in chronological order, identifying the judge ...
Jun 28, 2018 · Whether we read about it in the tabloid headlines or hear whispers on the sidelines of a soccer game, Parental Alienation is a vindictive tactic aimed at punishing a spouse. The subject has recently surfaced after the news that a judge warned Angelina Jolie to allow Brad Pitt to spend more time with their children or risk losing full custody of them.
Parental alienation, a form of psychological abuse against both the child and the rejected parent, is a concept which is becoming more recognised and understood in the UK. There is no single definition but it is now recognised by Cafcass (court appointed social workers) as arising ‘when a child’s hostility towards one parent is not justified and is the result of psychological manipulation by the other parent’.
Jun 28, 2007 · An interesting issue arising in some custody battles in recent years is something called Parental Alienation Syndrome. As described in this article, PAS is a not-yet-officially recognized “ailment,” inflicted upon children by custodial parents during and/or after divorce.
Sep 10, 2019 · Parental Alienation Overview - San Diego Divorce Mediation. The focus should always be on the health and well-being of the children. Scott Levin Esq, CDFA • San Diego Divorce Mediation & Family Law • (858) 255-1321
Parental Alienation Lawyer, Kelly Peterson, in Provo, UT, explains the concept of parental alienation. To talk to our child welfare lawyers, call (801) 616-3301
Nov 17, 2016 · Parental Alienation is an extremely serious issue that can have long-lasting effects on your children including low self-esteem, self-hatred, lack of trust, depression, substance abuse and other forms of addiction.
Parental alienation, on the other hand, is a child's unreasonable or unjustified dislike or rejection of one parent. Although parental alienation often results from the deliberate actions of one parent, it can also be helpful to look at other factors, such as the interactive dynamics of the family and the impact of the wider social sphere.