Category: False Allegations

  • What You Need to Know About Coercive Control (Pt 2)

    Hey there, and welcome back to this discussion about coerce control, what it means, and how to recognize when it’s happening. As we mentioned in the previous article, coercive control is a form of partner abuse, usually used by one spouse to control and manipulate another. Previously we shared the first three most common ways […]

  • The Facts About Claims of Abuse And Violence During Divorces in Michigan! (1)

    Domestic violence is a real issue. Every year, thousands of women seek sanctuary in shelters in an effort to get away from partners who hurt them and threaten their lives. Every year even more women don’t seek help, continuing to live in fear of the regular abuse they suffer. Many don’t survive. But for all […]

  • Can Getting a PPO on Your ex Affect Your Kids?

    When people talk about Personal Protective Orders, they tend to think in terms of the abuser, and the victim. But they don’t often consider how that process affects the children – and it does! Children, who rarely have any control over their situations in life, are directly impacted by the choices their parents make. Whether […]

  • Can The Legalization of Marijuana Affect Your Custody Agreement in Michigan?

    For many, the legalization of recreational marijuana in Michigan was a long-awaited victory. An opportunity to tell the federal government (yet again) that they’re not in compliance with the will of the people, and a chance to indulge in something that they didn’t believe should carry a prison sentence! But not everyone felt that way. […]

  • Help! My Ex Accused me of Child Abuse to Get a Better Custody Agreement! (Pt. 2)

    Hi there and welcome back. If you read the first article, you’ll remember we talked about false allegations of abuse in divorce, and why they happen (usually to skew the custody agreement in your favor so that you can get a larger child support payment!) If you didn’t read the first article, we recommend you […]

  • Divorcing a Narcissist? Here’s What You’re in For! (Part 2)

    Hi there and welcome back. In our previous article in this series on divorcing a narcissist, we talked about some of the most common challenges people face when ending a relationship with someone who suffers from narcissistic personality disorder. We also mentioned the importance of being able to tell the difference between someone who is […]

  • Divorcing a Narcissist? Here’s What You’re in For! (Part 1)

    There isn’t a day that goes by, that we don’t get a call from someone who wants to divorce their narcissistic spouse. Which, as you can imagine, is a far bigger ordeal than just divorcing an average person. Why? Because narcissists are a whole different breed of individual – a category of hardship and difficulty […]

  • The Tragic Truth About Hostile Aggressive Parenting!

      Although awareness is increasing regarding the tragic issue of Parental Alienation and Hostile Aggressive Parenting, the fact is that many people still don’t realize that it even exists. Those that do acknowledge the issues often don’t understand how damaging it is to parent-child relationships, and to the emotional well-being of everyone involved.   Parental […]

  • Domestic Abuse – What You Need To Know About False Allegations.

    Domestic abuse is a very real, and very frightening form of violence. It is sometimes called domestic assault or spousal abuse, and occurs between relationship partners. But we cannot justifiably discuss this topic without also addressing the issue of false allegations.   The only difference between a simple assault charge or an assault and battery […]

  • Michigan Court of Appeals Says: Mom Shouldn’t Have Lost Her Child

    Termination of parental rights is one of the most terrifying things a parent could possibly experience. It’s often called the “civil death penalty” for parents. After all, what could be more heartbreaking than having the state tear your child from your care, and then tell you that you may never see them, care for them, […]