Why does a parent asking questions turn into a trial?
A parent questioning a child often turns into “a trial” when either
1) the child questioned is guilty of wrongdoing and does not want to be exposed or
2) the child questioned is innocent of any wrongdoing and feels as though the questions call his/her good character into doubt, which leads to the child resenting the questioning.
Keep that in mind if you are a divorcing or separated parent.
Utah Family Law, LC | divorceutah.com | 801-466-9277