“…The mother’s obstruction of such relationships between the children and the father is per se not in their best interests.”
Interesante artículo. Creo que, nuestra percepción de lo que conviene o no para l@s niñ@s, debe ser evaluada cuidadosamente, y nuestras acciones orientadas a efectivamente lograr aquello que conviene y beneficia a nuestr@s hij@s, y no a nuestros deseos o conveniencia.
NH Supreme Court: Parental Alienation Inimical to Child’s Best Interests
April 4th, 2011 by Robert Franklin, Esq.
This case is excellent, not only because of its result, but mostly because of its sound analysis. It should serve as a template for courts not only here in the U.S. but in other countries as well.
It comes to us from the Supreme Court of New Hampshire and analyzes a situation in which false allegations of child sexual abuse were used by a mother to deprive a father of contact with his children. It’s a familiar pattern of facts and altogether too rare an outcome.
In 1999, James Miller met Janet Todd online. They developed a relationship and, although they never married, had two daughters. Laurel was born in 2002 and Lindsey in 2003. Ultimately, a New Hampshire court awarded joint custody with Todd as primary custodian and Miller with visitation rights.
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