- Parental alienation syndrome (PAS) is created when one parent in a divorce engages in a systematic attempt to disrupt the child’s relationship with the other parent.
- Since childrens’ outcome are best tied to their relationships with both parents, PAS has detrimental effects on the development of the children that are affected by it.
- Here is a list of articles about PAS.
- Here is a list of groups involved in parental alienation.
- Despite parental alienation being a serious problem, it is unclear whether any states are staturory tackling this problem.
- There are groups focus on this topic. Here are some of them.
- The best interests of the child are served when they are not exposed to parental alienation. It deserves to be one of the factors to determine the best interests of the child.