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January 17, 2017

What to Do If Your Child Refuses to Follow a Custody Order

Child Custody



Some children refuse to follow custody orders and spend time with the other parent. This puts the favored parent in a bind: do you let the child stay with the parent as he or she wishes or do you force the child to go? Not an Excuse for Failing to Follow the Custody Order Courts expect that […]

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March 3, 2016

Study Focuses on Impact and Prevalence of Parental Alienation after Divorce

Child Custody



Although the family laws in Illinois have changed, there is still great risk of parental alienation – a process in which one parent negatively influences their child’s relationship with the other parent. Sadly, there is a severe lack in data on this common issue; to rectify this, Colorado State University researchers have initiated a study to better […]

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October 13, 2014

Defining Parental Alienation after Divorce

Child Custody, Children of Divorce, Illinois divorce lawyer, Illinois family law attorney



With technology infiltrating every aspect of modern society and a tendency for people to choose screens over traditional interaction, the idea of social alienation is one oft-discussed by sociologists and psychologist alike. Yet one of the oldest—and arguably most effecting—types of alienation is one perpetuated not by societal trends, but the oldest relationship in history: […]

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