Appellate record shows Dallas County family law judge has long history of reversals

Thank you David Yates for this piece, click here to view original article. DALLAS – For nearly a decade, Judge Andrea Plumlee has presided over the 330th Judicial District Court in Dallas County. And in that time, the family court judge has racked up quite a few reversals at the appellate level, with justices frequently […]

Understanding The Batterer In Custody and Visitation Disputes

If you are involved in a custody battle with your abuser, ESPECIALLY if Child Protective Services has involved themselves in your life, this article is a must-read. by R. Lundy Bancroft A sophisticated understanding of the mind of the abuser, his style as a parent, and of the tactics that he most commonly employs during […]

Obsessed Alienation – Severe Parental Alienation in Custody Cases

“I love my children. If the court can’t protect them from their abusive father, I will. Even though he’s never abused the children, I know it’s a matter of time. The children are frightened of their father. If they don’t want to see him, I’m not going to force them. They are old enough to […]

Backlash Against Parental Alienation: Denial and Skepticism About Psychological Abuse

By Richard A Warshack, Psychologist and expert on P.A.S. @richardwarshack This post is in honor of Parental Alienation Awareness Day—April 25. A boy wrote a letter to his mother telling her that she belonged in a mental institution, that she was nothing to him, that she was nothing but a screw-up, that she was sick, […]