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Many of our clients have been judged poorly for explaining family law processes and outcomes to their children- and treated suspiciously as disrupting or even unfairly ‘alienating’ the child/ren from the abusive parent. Is there a risk that, in keeping children informed as to the processes and outcomes and asking for their input, non-abusive parents will be labelled in this way? How can non-abusive parents be protected from this characterization which so often occurs?
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