National Coalition Against Parental Alienation

Promoting Awareness and Solutionssm

McGriff v. McGriff:

Alienating Parent: ♀♂ — Custody changed from joint to sole custody with the mother.

“Dr. Corgiat . . . recommended counseling for both parents regarding appropriate parent-child boundaries, finding that ‘[t]he parental alienation that has evolved through mismanagement of their anger towards one another has already affected the children. Any continuation of this will again be to the children’s detriment.’”
McGriff v. McGriff, 140 Idaho 642, 644, 99 P.3d 111, (2004).

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