Monthly Archives: December 2011

Fighting Back Using the Legal System – Part V

7. The Office of the Children’s Lawyer (OCL), or a guardian ad litem (GAL) in the U.S. You would think this would be a solution, wouldn’t you? But alas, no. Based on experiences of others relayed to me, very often the OCL apparently … Continue reading

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Fighting Back Using the Legal System – Part IV

5. The lack of continuity: You may see a different judge every time you are in court. In fact, unless your case is “case-managed”, seeing a different judge each time is normal. When you are involved with an alienator, this … Continue reading

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Your Lawyer – Realistic Expectations & what you can do

Do not expect your lawyer to be able to save the day. First, your lawyer may not be well-informed about alienation.  MOST are not. You must educate yourself and you may have to educate your lawyer too. Second, the smartest, … Continue reading

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A couple of thoughts about mediation and money

I’ll need to revise my last post about finding the right lawyer. I thought of another warning sign – any lawyer who pushes for closed mediation to deal with parental alienation (or therapist or advisor of any sort, for that … Continue reading

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