Parental Alienation: Let's Make a Difference
We must pass new laws which make it a crime to subject our kids and parents to Parental Alienation abuse. We can make it happen across the USA and beyond.
As I continue to write about Parental Alienation, successful stories of reunion, and those who haven’t reunited with their kids as alienated parents, we realize the cycle of parental alienation continues across the USA and the world.
If you have spent time in court, We recognize several points while attempting to litigate and promote your hopes for a reunion with your kids within the legal system.
The courts need to be faster to remedy cases, whereas Parental Alienation exists.
Courts often fail to realize Parental alienation is child abuse.
Many parents who recognize Parental alienation usually exist without the financial ability to litigate this type of case, which may cost between $10,000.00 or hundreds of thousands of dollars.
I’ve often heard professionals appointed to help remedy parental alienation find it difficult to resolve cases involving Parental alienation versus a case where the child is physically harmed. In my particular case, I was genuinely thankful for the professionals who helped my case lead to victory for shared physical custody of Alexis.
Most states refuse to recognize Parental alienation as child abuse, while others may provide limited remedies. In truth, laws are not easily defined in cases of Parental alienation.
In most cases, a judge will not rule in favor or against alienation cases unless additional professionals are invited to perform studies involving the kids, including both parents. Even with third-party professionals’ reports, a judge may site “emotional abuse” created by the agitator but is less likely to treat the emotional abuse as abuse. The agitating parent may be openly chastised for the misdeeds of Parental Alienation but less likely to be charged with any meaningful rebuke or jail time from the agitating parent for committing the emotional abuse of Parental alienation.
I reside in Virginia, and in early July 2022, I began working on a proposed law to make PA a crime with attached penalties, including time in jail. Shortly after I began research into the legal aspects, I suffered a major medical issue that nearly resulted in the near amputation of my right foot. In truth, I was reluctant to launch this site due to the length of recovery for my right foot, and still, to this very day, my right foot hasn’t completely healed.
Last week I opened my notebook from the gathered research to facilitate a new law that can be modified and used in any state and possibility in other nations.
I’d like to ask my readers if you are open to providing insight, suggestions, and opinions and if you find it valuable for me to report on as the work is completed. If so, please add your comments or reply to this post via email.
Love is the greatest defender,
Darel L. Long
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If you can, yes please share. I would like to propose laws in California to make Parental Alienation illegal and for law enforcement to be trained in enforcing such Penal Codes as CA Penal Code 278.5 Deprivation Of Custody Rights, rather than brushing it off as a civil matter, to be drawn out in expensive court cases, in which the abuser is enabled to press false allegations against a target parent by filing false claims and reports, while our children suffer and we are faced with more long, drawn out, costly court cases. Thank you so much.