Parental alienation can have devastating consequences. More and more courts around the country and internationally are condemning alienating behaviors and taking action to remedy the matters. In part 2 of my 2-part article on parental alienation, I discuss what can (and should) the courts do to intervene in a situation involving parental alienation.
Ashish Joshi recently presented at Michigan's premier 2-day family law conference on the topic of international marriages and divorce. With the ever increasing employment mobility, immigration, refugee asylum cases or just cross cultural relationships, international issues rise more and more frequently in family law. Whether's it's the choice of right forum (for example, marital assets are distributed very differently in England compared to America) or the issue of child custody (for example, custodial preferences are very different in India compared to America), international family law cases require strategic thinking. To learn more about Lorandos Joshi's international family law practice, visit us at www.lorandoslaw.com/Family-Law/ or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.