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Montel Williams Looking For Alienated NCPs
posted by Scott on Friday August 18, @08:30AM
from the men-in-the-media dept.
The Media I received an e-mail forward concerning an upcoming Montel Williams talk show which will be on the topic of non-custodial parents who have been alienated from their children (by the other parent). If you'd like to info on how to get on the show, click "Read More" to see the instructions and contact info. Note that the deadline for being considered as a guest is August 23, so act now if you're interested!


The Montel Show is doing a show on ncp parents who have been denied a relationship with their children due to visitation interference or parental alienation.

If you meet the following criteria, please contact the producers (names and phone numbers below):

1. You know where your children live.
2. You are estranged from your children due to interference or alienation on the part of the custodial parent.
3. You want to re-establish a relationship with your children.
4. You are willing and able to present your side of the story on national television.

The producers are especially interested in those who have older children from whom they are currently estranged due to interference and with whom you would like to be reconciled.

The show is tentatively scheduled to be taped the week of August 28, 2000 Deadline for contacting the Montel Show to be considered as a guest: August 23, 2000

Contact: Missy: 1-800-987-5446 (ext. 358)
Lenora 1-800-987-5446 (ext. 381)

If you meet the criteria outlined above, or if you know someone who does, I urge you to contact the producers as soon as possible. If chosen for the show, you would be flown to NY and be given expenses and a hotel.

Also, I implore you to forward this announcement to all other newsletters to which you are subscribed. It is important that this issue get the attention it deserves. It is a marvelous opportunity to let America know just how big a problem interference with visitation and custody really is.

Wishing you the best,
Lowell **** (Last name withheld)

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