What is parental alienation, and can you fight it?

If you and your ex-spouse are working on a parenting plan or going to court over the custody of your children, one issue that may come up is the possibility of parental alienation. Parental alienation is a process by which one parent psychologically manipulates a child into not wanting to see the other parent, showing hostility toward them or acting out against them.

These 3 faults can be used during a divorce

Divorcing in Mississippi is similar to divorcing in any other state. There are grounds you can use to file for an at-fault divorce, and there are no-fault options. Many people want to know more about the faults that they can apply to their case, since a fault could allow the divorce to finalize more quickly.

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