Does Hostile Aggressive Parenting Effect Custody Arrangements?
Does the court recognize Parental Alienation, Malicious Mother’s Syndrome, or Hostile Aggressive Parenting when it comes to custody battles? My husband has had to put up with so much from his ex-wife at the expense of his children getting hurt. She has displayed many signs of Hostile Aggressive parenting and we have no idea what his rights are. We have the children in counseling and are documenting everything, but does the court system even touch on this subject? We are very concerned for the children and can see that it has effected them negatively. What are our options?
If the children are being emotionally or physically harmed while in the care of their mother, and the counselor will back you up, your husband needs to file either a motion to modify parenting time or an emergency motion to restrict parenting time, or both.
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