Learn what to do to stop attempts to alienate children!

The Alienating parent will exhibit specific behaviors, signs and symptoms than those of the children and the target parent. The following examples of Alienators behavior are called Red Flags. The more of these a parent exhibits or enacts, the higher the probability of parental alienation syndrome is occurring.

The Parental Alienation Syndrome parent attempts or succeeds in changing the child’s religion.

Told the child they can’t see the other parent because they are behind in their child support payments.

Is unjustly rude and refuses to work cooperatively with the new partner of the other parent for the benefit of the child.

Has refused of failed to provide mental health support for the child when there is reasonable evidence to support the child needs and would benefit from mental health intervention.

Refusing to allow the child to participate in weekend sporting / developmental classes as the other parent would be present during the child’s attendance for part / half of the time.

Parent has attempted to bribe officials, specialists and professionals to act / report in the favor of that parent even when there is evidence to the contrary.

Parent has deliberately mislead, lied or concealed information or evidence to further his or her own case.

Parent has physically assaulted the target parent in the presence of the child.

Parent has forged, altered or tampered with official documentation to further his or her own case.

The parent has submitted false and misleading statements to the police about the target parent and their family that that parent knew in advance to be false and misleading.

Has displayed anger / verbal abuse concerning the target parent in front of the child or third party.

Has attempted to or actually assisted the child to write letters / notes or to delivery same to the target parent

Encouraged the child to support them in their allegations against the target parent despite obvious evidence disputing claims made by both parent and child.

Coaching, threatening or intimidating the child to remain silent about incidents the child has witnesses that do not support the custodial parent.

Threatening or punishing the child for saying positive things about the target parent.

Refused to provide the child for DNA testing when requested to do so.

Deliberately cause alienation between siblings when one supports the custodial parent and the other the target parent.

Told the child that the other parent does not love him or her that the other parent never wanted the child to be born.

Told the child about intimate details pertaining to the marriage, which are inappropriate and done in a way to deliberately cause distress to the child.

Has refused to share prescribed medication with the other parent during access.