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The Impact of Parental Alienation...

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/co-parenting-after-divorce/201304/the-impact-parental-alienation-children


Co-Parenting After Divorce Rising to the challenge. by Edward Kruk, Ph.D. The Impact of Parental Alienation on Children Undermining Loving Parent-Child Relationships is Child Abuse Writ Large Published on April 25, 2013 by Edward Kruk, Ph.D. in Co-Parenting After Divorce As today (April 25) is Parental Alienation Awareness Day, I offer the first installment of a three-part series examining (1) the impact of parental alienation on children, (2) the effects of parental alienation on parents, and (3) programs, services and interventions that combat alienation and seek to reunite estranged parents and their children.
What children of divorce most want and need is to maintain healthy and strong relationships with both of their parents, and to be shielded from their parents' conflicts. Some parents, however, in an effort to bolster their parental identity, create an expectation tha…

A GOLDEN RULE...

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It's really too bad that my husbands ex wife didn't follow this rule, he may have had a relationship with his kids when he died... His son may have not hae stopped talking to him in early 2002, and his daughter may not have told him to stop contacting her, in any way shape or form and to fuck off...THAT'S the kind of shit that happens when dealing with a hateful, vengeful, bitter ex wife....apparently not a real woman...in THIS sense of the word...

Health Care Costs and Reimbursement Procedures

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Childrens Bill of Rights

From the Stepmom Magazine originally posted Nov 11, 2011:
http://www.stepmommag.com/2011/11/11/childrens-bill-of-rights/

Maybe if my husbands kids had been afforded this when they were growing up, their relationship with him would not have been so volatile, but I personally think his ex wife had a plan to destroy their relationship and set out to do so, and accomplished it.

1. The right not to be asked to choose sides between his/her parents. 2. The right not to be told the details of legal proceedings going on between his/her parents. 3. The right not to be told bad things about the other parent’s personality or character. 4. The right to privacy when talking to either parent on the telephone. 5. The right not to be cross-examined by one parent after spending time with the other parent. 6. The right not to be asked to be a messenger from one parent to the other. 7. The right not to be asked by one parent to tell the other parent untruths. 8. The right not to be used as a confidant regarding l…

THIS is the way unreimbursed medical/dental expenses are handled

http://www.cadivorce.com/california-divorce-guide/child-support/childrens-non-reimbursed-medical-and-dental-expenses/


Children's Non-Reimbursed Medical and Dental Expenses Your judgment provides that you and your former spouse will each be responsible for one half of your children's medical and dental expenses not covered by insurance. The best a family law attorney can do is obtain a court order stating the other parent has to pay a designated share of these expenses. If the other parent doesn't pay, you'll have to prove the following: 1. The medical or dental services were provided to your child after the Judgment of Dissolution of Marriage was entered and while your child was still eligible to receive child support 2. You paid the bill (as long as the bill was incurred before the child turned 18, you can get reimbursed for medical expenses paid) 3. You submitted the bill to all applicable insurance companies 4. The insurance company has paid any reimbursement that w…

JUSTICE FOR TRAVIS ALEXANDER!

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