Parental Alienation

Posted on June 10, 2019 by

 

Unfortunately, when parent separate, parental alienation can occur.  This is where a child has been manipulated, coerced or otherwise pressured to side with one parent over another.

 

 

 

Parental alienation is not always obvious and can be difficult to spot, but its effect on children is highlighted by CAFCASS as abusive and damaging, and can cause significant distress and anxiety to a child https://www.cafcass.gov.uk/grown-ups/parents-and-carers/divorce-and-separation/parental-alienation

 

 

If you are currently experiencing child related problems, then contact a member of our team for advice / support.  We can be contacted on 01484 714400 (Brighouse), 01274 864002 (Cleckheaton), 0113 487 4020 (Leeds), 0113 467 3430 (Morley), 01924 473065 (Batley) or 01924 443900 (Birstall).