Parental-Alienation Playbook and Three-Quarters Custody: A Father Speaks Out

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iUniverse, Nov 17, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 80 pages

Custody of children becomes a major issue when a couple divorces. Worse, these issues can linger long after the settlement in the form of parent alienationwhen one parent seeks to keep the other parent from being active and involved with the children they share. In Parental-Alienation Playbook and Three-Quarters Custody, author Julian Andrews presents an overview of parent-alienation syndrome (PAS), how you can recognize when its happening to you, and how to speak out to defend you and your children.

Based on his personal experiences with his ex-wife and their three children, Andrews illustrates how the outdated court system facilitates PAS, but also shows how an alienated parent can directly speak out through the legal and court systems.

Andrews proposes the concept of three-quarter shared physical custody as a national solution and a bridge against parental alienation forces in the twenty-first century. Parental-Alienation Playbook and Three-Quarters Custody promotes momentum toward three-quarter custody arrangements so parental alienation can become a condition of the past, and children and parents can be free of the divisive nature and consequences that PAS creates.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
4
Chapter 3
8
Chapter 4
12
Chapter 5
13
Chapter 6
17
Chapter 7
21
Chapter 8
26
Chapter 9
30
Chapter 10
34
Chapter 11
39
Chapter 12
42
Chapter 13
54
Chapter 14
56
About the Author
59
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About the author (2011)

Julian Andrews is a noncustodial parent who has experienced seven and a half years of parental alienation. He has worked as an engineer in the US auto industry since 1996. Andrews lives in Michigan and graduated from both of its Big Ten Universities during the 1990s.

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