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Part 2: Data and My Alienated Parental Friends
The recent article "About my Parental Alienated Friends and Data" provided important data expressed within ten points. This article focuses on 11.5%
Last week’s article focused on ten points regarding my alienated friends, and I hope the article presented valuable information for my readers. As alienated parents, we must recognize the risks some of us face while understanding the potential victory for a reunion with our kids.
As I perused the article, I could not help but ponder the 11.6% rate for a reunion with our kids. The data reflects a low side, and after speaking with a few local lawyers who represent family law, they confirmed that based on their practice, the success rate is between 10-15%.
The article began with #1. Five out of 58 alienated parents have reconnected with their kids.
This is represented as an 11.6% win for Alienated parents. The low success rate seems nearly futile, but we are talking about our kids.
Can the success rate be increased to 20% or greater? I believe it can be. I’m happy to provide vital information to help you. I believe the points listed are the exact steps I took to win, for a brief time, equal parenting time with my daughter, Alexis.
The quicker I recognized that alienation occurred, the faster I joined solutions.
I held my ground when her mother threatened to move away. My lawyer at that time was Charlie Phillips, who fought in court and ended the threat of her moving away with my daughter.
My annual income was much lower than my former wife’s. I quickly applied for banking jobs which gave me greater flexibility and a higher income.
Especially important: I later interviewed lawyers to take the case and found a fantastic lawyer.
My former lawyer, Mrs. Knox (now retired), assembled a fantastic group of concerned professionals who saw the parental alienation my former wife was intent on doing. Her doing so allowed me to spend more time with Alexis. Later, when my health failed, I was too sick to fight back, and this undermined my efforts.
If more alienated parents had taken quicker and bold action, then perhaps my alienated friends could have been reunited with their kids.
The above will help you increase your chances of reuniting with your kids.
Love is the greatest defender,
Darel L. Long
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