How do I prove parental alienation?
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I’m really sorry to hear this. Unfortunately, in these situations it’s the parent’s responsibility to go to family court because, as you were told, your ex’s behavior might not have been illegal. You can still do this. But now that so much time has passed, it’s going to be very difficult to reunify with your children. You’ll want to consult with an attorney in Texas to evaluate your options, including what you need to do to respond.
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