Frequently Asked Questions

Question
Why would my ex or another party make false allegations about me?

Answer
False allegations are often made to gain the 'upper hand' during a custody battle, to put the opposition at an immediate disadvantage, to tie up the other party with additional litigation, and to hurt the other party out of hate, fear, or spite. False allegations are an effective way of bringing a case to a halt or reversing the prevailing direction of the case. The following pages hasve specific information on the nature of false allegations:

The S.A.I.D. Victim

THE SPECTRUM OF PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME (PART I)

FALSE ALLEGATIONS OF ABUSE IN DIVORCE by Reverend Dennis Austin

TGB's Links Pages - Domestic Abuse & False Accusations Links

Malicious Mother Syndrome

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