Alienated Children are Abused
Dec. 22, 2011
Parental Alienation is child abuse, unambiguous, abuse.
Alienated children suffer the loss of a parent, a sense of security in the world and have low self-esteem and higher rates of drug and alcohol abuse problems.
Parents who are alienating their children from the other parent in a child custody case are committing child abuse and should be stopped. In Los Angeles County we represent mothers and fathers who are fighting evil exes who want to ruin the relationship between them and their children.
We have had success in courts across Los Angeles County, from Santa Monica to Van Nuys and north to San Fernando in reunifying parents and children who were being alienated by a narcissistic or borderline parent.