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The court's authority to order therapeutic intervention in alienation cases

By Andrew Feldstein

In this case, the parties were married in 1992. The parties had three sons together. The parties separated in May 2014. They signed a separation agreement that provided that the parties would have joint custody of the children and that they would honour their parenting plan. The parenting plan stipulated that both parents would have equal parenting time with the children. The applicant mother alleged that the respondent father was alienating her from the children. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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