Attorneys should be aware that they can help families avoid or minimize the effects of parental alienation. To do this, an attorney needs to understand what parental alienation is, what it does, who can be an alienator, what the consequences are, and what he or she can do to stop it.
By Plinio J. Garcia, CEO of Major Family Services
Plinio J Garcia, CEO of Major Family Services, has a passion for helping parents for the benefit of the child. After being led to Major Family Services to deal with a child custody battle of his own, Garcia could not resist getting involved. Major Family Services offers classes, consulting, books and educational materials that address a broad range of unique parental training situations that can benefit all types of parents. www.majorfamilyservices.com