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Ethical Considerations for Cases Involving Parental Alienation

Attorneys are in a unique position to fight child abuse in the form of parental alienation. It’s never in the best interests of a child to lose the relationship of a parent — divorce is hard enough without the child feeling like choosing one parent or the other is necessary. This video discusses attorney ethics and the role they can play in reducing the painful effects of parental alienation.

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Alan D Blotcky, PhD, is a clinical and forensic psychologist in private practice in Birmingham, Alabama. He is also Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr Blotcky has been involved in hundreds of child custody matters and has testified as an expert witness in dozens and dozens of parental alienation cases. Educating attorneys, judges, mental health experts, and the public is a top priority. Dr Blotcky can be reached at alanblotcky@att.net.

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