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May 17, 2019

What kind of parent lies to turn their kids against the other parent? Parental alienation happens more often than you think. According to Divorce Magazine, more than 13.4 % of parents going through a divorce believe they are being alienated from at least one child. So, what can you do?

In this episode of Hilary Topper On Air, Hilary interviews Jordan E. Trager, Associate Attorney at Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. The law firm has an affiliation with the non-profit, Parental Alienation Awareness Organization.

Jordan’s Background

Jordan has over 20 years of litigation experience handling matrimonial and family law matters. As a result, he is an experienced divorce and family law mediator. Jordan has tried numerous complex divorce and Family Court cases on a wide range of issues. These include custody, orders of protection and parental alienation cases.  He has prepared and negotiated numerous divorce settlements on behalf of his clients.  Jordan has handled a multitude of divorce mediation matters involving complex custody and parenting issues.  He is leader of the local Parental Alienation Awareness Organization. Jordan conducts and supervises monthly group meetings as an affiliate of the organization.

About the Interview

Families affected by Parental Alienation can suffer the most in a divorce. Learn more about Parental Alienation: what it is, how to recognize it, how to best respond to it, and what factors courts consider to be significant.

Jordan will discuss remedies of Parental Alienation. This includes therapeutic visitation, supervised visitation, changes in child custody, suspension of child support payments and contempt of court orders. You’ll also hear about examples. Discover how family dynamics are altered, and the impact on an alienated child. In addition, learn how the effects of parental alienation can be treated therapeutically. Hear also about the phenomenon of parental alienation from a legal perspective.

About Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C.

Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C., a highly respected matrimonial and family law firm, is located in Great Neck, NY.  With considerable experience, the firm’s lawyers are assertive litigators of laws using intelligent and creative solutions for all matters, and empathetic to the sensitive nature of every case. To contact Jordan or learn more about Parental Alienation Awareness Organization and Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C., visit