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Here is the 2018 and 2019 schedule of our guest speakers for our international support conference calls. These are our top experts in the world regarding alienation. We are extremely blessed to have these experts who give us their time, knowledge and support at no charge to any of us. These calls are extremely helpful to all alienated family members in understanding more, in helping you to get through the hell on earth of being alienated from our children and grandchildren and knowledge to deal with all aspects of those we have to deal with in this. These calls are for everyone all over the world. We at present have 31 countries participating in these calls.You may call in on a free conference line, Skype or download our desk top app to join our calls. Please make these calls a priority for you and your family members. You will be grateful you did. Thanks to all of you who are on these calls monthly. I have learned more in recent months how much they have helped you personally and look forward to these calls. Note too there will be no replays of these calls so be available on these dates and times. All calls are on Sunday at 8 PM EST and EDT. Thank you.
Sunday, October 7th Ashish Joshi
Sunday, November 4th "How to Cope with the Holidays"
Several of our experts will join us on this call
Sunday, December 9th Dr. Joshua Coleman
Sunday, January 6th Dr. J Michael Bone and Dr. Robert Evans
Sunday, February 10th Karen and Nick Woodall
Sunday, March 3rd Dr. William Bernet "Misinformation and Fake News Regarding Parental Alienation"
Sunday, April 7th Dr. Steven Miller
Sunday, May 5th Linda Gottlieb
Sunday, June 2nd Dr.Demosthenes Lorandos
Sunday, July 7th Brian Ludmer
Sunday, August 4th Dr. Amy Baker
Sunday, September 8th Dr. John Killenger
Sunday, October 6th Betsy Weubker
Sunday, November 3rd "How to Cope with the Holidays"
Several of our experts will join us on this call
Sunday, December 1st Dr. Joshua Coleman
"THE ROLE OF GUARDIAN AD LITEM AND THE CHILDREN'S LAWYER IN CASES INVOLVING PARENTAL ALIENATION"
On Sunday, October 7th at 8 PM EDT, we will have our international seminar call. These calls are of no charge to any of us. We now have over over 900 callers on our calls with 31 countries that now participate. Sadly, alienation is an epidemic all over our world.Our guest speaker for this upcoming call will be attorney Ashish Joshi.
These seminar calls are of great benefit to both alienated family members and also professionals who work with alienated family members. The knowledge and support given on these calls by our experts is phenomenal. Please take this opportunity to join this call. It will help much the children and grandchildren who are alienated from their families. Please make this call a priority to use this tool to help you in your situation and professionals to learn and understand more on the subject of alienation.
Each caller will have the choices to either call in on our free conference line, audio Skype or download or desk top app. Each caller will also have the opportunity to submit one question. The question will need to be pertaining to the subject of the call. Your deadline to submit your question will be Tuesday, October 2nd. Deadline to register for the call will be 5 PM EDT on Sunday, October 7th. THESE ARE FIRM DEADLINES!! To submit your question and / or register for this call, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parental Alienation (PA) is child abuse. More and more courts around the United States and internationally are acknowledging the devastating consequences of PA. But PA is a highly specialized area and is profoundly counterintuitive. Not surprisingly, many judges struggle to not only understand the phenomenon of parental alienation but also to provide appropriate and timely legal and mental-health intervention. More often than not, when faced with allegations of PA, courts appoint a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) and/or an attorney to advocate on behalf of the child. Courts look to these professionals for guidance, advice and help. A diligent and competent GAL or child’s attorney could make a significant difference in an alienation case. She could help the court understand what PA is, identify the red flags in the case and encourage and assist the court in providing timely and appropriate intervention. On the other hand, a lazy and/or incompetent professional could make a bad situation far worse and could not only enable parental alienation but also worsen it. In such a nightmarish scenario, the target parent is faced with two adversaries in court: the attorney for the alienating parent and the GAL and/or the child’s counsel.
What is the role of these professionals in a PA? What are their duties and obligations? Are there any standards that these professionals have to abide by? Are they mere mouthpieces for the child’s wishes or are they required to act in the child’s best interests? Is there a recourse when a professional appears to be incompetent or lazy or both? How should target parents deal with these professionals?
Ashish Joshi is an attorney admitted to practice law in Michigan, New York, Washington, D.C. and India. He has also been admitted to the bar of the Supreme Court of the United States and several other federal jurisdictions. Mr. Joshi’s practice focuses on complex litigation including cases of parental alienation, child abuse, false allegations of child sexual abuse, international child abduction and child homicide. He has represented clients in courts all over the United States and internationally. Mr. Joshi currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of Litigation, the flagship journal published by the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association.
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