National Coalition Against Parental Alienation

Promoting Awareness and Solutionssm

Jordan v. Jordan:

Alienating Parent: ♀ — (Joint) Custody to target parent: ♂

“[T]he court’s determination that joint custody was in the children’s best interests obviously reflected its judgment that Mr. Jordan was not a danger, and that the emotional damage to the children due to parental alienation would be worse than the difficulties they would face in attempting to salvage their relationship with their father. The court essentially found that the children’s emotional development would be significantly impaired if it did not award joint custody to Mr. Jordan.”
Jordan v. Jordan, 14 A.3d 1136, 1149 (D.C. 2011).

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