Self Published, 2012 By Jill Egizii (Author), Judge Michele Lowrance (Contributor)
Parental Alienation 911 is ideal for anyone who wants to understand the facts about this subject.
In particular this product is geared toward arming parents who wonder if they are experiencing alienation with all the information they need to make the best of a difficult, potentially inflammatory situation.
For parents who are already in the midst of an alienation conflict; parents who are suffering from a deterioration in their relationship with their children after divorce this invaluable product offers a myriad of tools and resources for managing the emotional and legal complexities. This information is organized so that you can be as informed and aware as possible about what’s going on. The best thing that can happen is that you reconnect with your children the worst thing that can happen is that you never tried.
Learn More about Parental Alienation 911 and buy the digital workbook plus extras at www.parentalalienation911.net
Jill Egizii, an alienated mother, has worked in the parental alienation arena for 8 years. She has connected and worked with the preeminent mental health and legal professionals in this field. Jill is an Alderwoman in Illinois and is very active politically working toward legislative change and Judicial education as it relates to a change in divorce culture. She was appointed and is currently serving on the Illinois Family Law Study Committee at the invitation of Illinois Speaker of the House Michael Madigan. The goal of the committee is to reassess Illinois divorce law and present current revisions. As well as being the author of the novel The Look of Love, Jill is also the host of Family Matters Radio Show which debuted July, 2010 at www.SyndicatedNews.NET.
Judge Michele Lowrance has been a Domestic Relations Judge in the Circuit Court of Cook County since 1995 and spent 20 years as a domestic relations lawyer. She is the author of the book, The Good Karma Divorce (2010) published by Harper Collins, articles for Family Law Advocate, Divorce Magazine. She is the co-host with Jill Egizii of the radio show Family Matters. She is a regular contributor to the Huffington Post (now AOL Online), and Visitation Guidelines for Cook County. She has presented The Good Karma Divorce and Good Karma Lawyering for Illinois Continuing Legal Education, certified for continuing legal education credit and presented around the world.