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Five Escalating Signs of PAS

By Caroline Olson, P.A. |

Emotional changes in a divorce are usually inevitable and temporary. Parental Alienation Syndrome is different. These emotional changes are neither inevitable nor temporary. The alienating parent, who’s usually the primary residential parent, tries to emotionally separate the child from the targeted parent, who’s usually the non primary parent. Parental kidnapping, which is rare but… Read More »

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Top Five Signs Of PAS

By Caroline Olson, P.A. |

Divorce strains a parent-child emotional connection. Alienation Syndrome is unnatural and permanent. If an alienating parent drives an emotional wedge between the targeted parent and a child, the emotional damage seldom goes away, at least as long as the child lives with the alienating parent. Because so much is at stake, if you see… Read More »

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What You Should Know About Move-Away Modifications In Florida

By Caroline Olson, P.A. |

To keep pace with an increasingly mobile society, Florida legislators recently changed the law in this area. This change altered the way courts define certain terms and also modified the procedure in this area. However, the underlying principle remains the same. Residential parents may relocate with the children if that relocation is in the… Read More »

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