How can I prove parent alienation in a court of law. My attorney says that the court’s listen to the kids. Well I have a malignant narcissistic ex who’s very vindictive because I had the strength to leave him. His violent outbursts and unpredictable anger had caused me to move out (because he wasn’t man enough to leave). I was in fear for my safety and well being. Because of this he’s going to any length just to make sure I suffer. The way to do it is to alienate me from my kids. He’s made it so my daughter doesn’t want anything to do with me and my son is still a mamas boy but the Dad keeps working on him making it so it’s “a pain to go over to moms house.”
I live in California and my kids are 10 and 12
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