This group about Parental Alienation is run by divorce attorney Jordan Trager who has much experience with parental alienation cases. It is open to parents and family members who sense or know that parental alienation is taking place in a divorce or family situation. Discussion will help attendees better understand the dynamics of parental alienation, how to recognize it, and how best to respond to it. Jordan will discuss what conduct the courts consider when evaluating these cases and what decisions or orders have been made in response to alienation by a parent. Jordan will also cover how parental alienation is proven in court, as well as what steps can be taken to address it, including change of custody, supervised visitation, therapeutic visitation, suspension of child support payments, and contempt of court. Unfortunately, parental alienation cases often leave the alienated parent feeling helpless. This group is here to help.