Disclaimer; As a retired law enforcement officer, I do not wish to provide any information that would interfere in an investigation by social services or law enforcement that would result in protecting an individual who has physically or sexually abused a child.
Instead, this information is being provided to protect innocent parents victimized by a system ill-equipped to deal with parental alienation and the process of false allegations and false police reports during a high conflict divorce as one parent seeks to gain an advantage in custody and other issues.
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False child allegations and false police reports are rampant in Family Law and never more so than now. In the past at least a parent might have an indication that they would face false allegations after many years of litigation as one parent sought to either keep or take custody from the other.
Fast forward 2016 and now false allegations are seen as the shortest, quickest and least expensive route to obtain full custody from the onset of the divorce. Why wait when you can avoid years of delays and litigation. Often false allegations involve arrests of the innocent parent.
False allegations also places a further burden on the parent arrested, mother or father, as they must now allocate most of their remaining monies on their criminal defense in addition to the Family Law issues. Which of course is the goal of the parent making the false allegations who also seek to sever all contact with the children and the innocent parent.
There is little remedy in the system by judges, attorneys and other professionals who simply shake their head and nod in agreement that these are terrible situations and what a shame it is. But offer no solution.
I have 32 years experience in Family Law. As a retired law enforcement officer with the Los Angeles Police Department for nearly 24 years, I responded to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and was a first responder to child abuse investigations and other related assignments. Now a Child Custody and Divorce Coach for eight years, I have witnessed the decline of Family Law. Especially in the area of false allegations and perjury in spite of penal code protection against such actions in most states.
As a result I have identified actions that may act to obstruct, block and or slow down the parent attempting to file false allegations against the innocent parent. These actions are entirely new with some actions being required in a court order asap. Which the courts may or may not sanction. In other actions if false allegations have already been filed and the parent has been cleared another layer of action is provided. Two approaches to protect the parent no matter where they are in the process.
For the price of one hour or less with an attorney parents can obtain information that could change their lives and that of their children during divorce. And while no one can guarantee an outcome dealing with false allegations considering the wake of devastation against the innocent parent and the amount of money paid in legal fees to deal with these issues ~ better to do something than nothing.
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Catherine MacWillie is the CEO of Custody Calculations and a Child Custody and Divorce Coach. She has 32 years experience dealing with Family Law. 24 years as a law enforcement officer responding to radio calls dealing with divorce and custody issues and a first responder to child abuse investigations in addition to other related assignments. She spent ten years researching Family Law and divorce including cause, effect, impact, solutions to the many issues that arise during divorce and custody proceedings. The last eight years as a Coach.
She is the past president of Stop Parental Alienation of Children (SPAC). A prior board member of Parental Alienation Awareness Organization(PAAO). An advisory board member of International Support Network of Alienated Families (ISNAF). A member of the international organization Parental Alienation Study Group (PASG). A member of the 2014 Parental Alienation Colloquium, Long Beach, California. A member of the 2016 Parental Alienation Think Tank, Beverly Hills, California.
In 2017 her research on divorce, crime and parental alienation will be presented in Prague, Czechoslovakia at the International Academy of Law and Mental Health (IALMH) a prestigious event with participants coming from around the globe to present.
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