Parental Alienation Public Symposium – 14 Sept

Margaret Mc Gee

Posted on August 14, 2017 by Margaret Mc Gee When children reject parents whom they love As a consequence of parental conflict, children may reject a ‘good enough’ parent. Children who unreasonably reject a loved and loving parent are considered to have been alienated from a loving parent by the other parent. This scenario, referred to as parental alienation, can have […]

Another Successful UK Paternity Claim Outcome for a duped dad.

In September 2015 in the County Court at Lincoln , Mr C. filed a claim against Ms D. for paternity deceit. Their relationship commenced in 1995 and a child was born in 2005. The relationship ended in May 2010. Previous successful UK case law pertaining to deceit was cited during the claim. In July 2017, […]