April 25, 2018 by Robert Franklin, Esq, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization
Today is Parental Alienation Awareness Day. As such, it’s with great pleasure that I read this article by two New Jersey family lawyers about PA (New Jersey Law Journal, 4/23/18). The two grasp the fact and nature of parental alienation, understand that it constitutes a virulent form of child abuse and urge their colleagues and judges to take action to stop it when they first see it happening. Well done, Stephen P. Haller and Jennie L. Osborne.
From their position as family law practitioners, Haller and Osborne have seen how pervasive efforts to alienate children have become.