Parental Alienation

Serious Parental Alienation – The Approach of the Courts and Practitioners in 2016

Francesca Wiley QC of 1 Garden Court Family Law Chambers considers how the landscape is changing in the courts’ and practitioners’ attitudes to intractable contact cases. Francesca Wiley QC of 1 Garden Court Family Law Chambers Despite what appears to be a somewhat conservative approach by courts and practitioners to what are usually called “intractable “or “implacable hostility” cases the landscape appears to be changing. Courts, in particular the High Court, have started to recognise that the dynamic and presence of parental alienation are…

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