Some questions to be asked (by age) to the child in cases of child custody evaluation to determine Parental Alienation.
These questions can be used into the alienated-father families and the alienated-mother families.
#1 Would you explain me a specific reason why you do not want to see your father?
The child should find difficulty in articulating a “convincing” motivation.
#2 could you explain why you don’t want to see the relatives of your father?
Even in this case, the child could not provide valid reasons.
#3 What mom tells you before you meet your dad?
In some cases, the child may report “negative” phrases about his father.
#4 If you met your father, what could happen?
the child would not know how to respond.
#5 Could you tell me three qualities and three flaws of your father?
The child would list only the flaws.
#6 Could you tell me three qualities and three flaws of your mother?
No flaws, just praises.
#7 Could you tell me some nice episode with your dad?
No one or it would be thanks to mother.
#8 When your mother scoled you last time?
Never or he doesn’t remember.
#9 How is your mother when she gets angry?
Mom is good and she never gets angry.
#10 Could you tell me a nice episode with your father and your mother?
If the child tells it, it would be unbalanced for the mother.