Parental alienation is becoming a more frequent discussion in Massachusetts family courts. The concern is often raised when there is difficulty with a parent-child relationship or parent-child access.
Parental alienation can be described as an extreme form of parenting time refusal when a child is refusing most or all access with one parent. Parental alienation occurs on a continuum: mild, moderate, and severe.
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