Family Law Attorney Haley White Attends Specialized Custody Conference

November 7, 2019 (Charlotte, N.C.)—James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A. (JMD) Family Law attorney Haley White recently attended the 2019 Parental/Grandparent Alienation and Equal Shared Parenting Symposium, a specialized custody conference held in Frankfort, Kentucky by Family Access – Fighting for Children’s Rights.

At the conference, leading experts shared their insight and knowledge of parental and grandparent alienation as well as methods for equal shared parenting. Topics covered included:

  • “The Power of Parents to Heal” – Linda Gottlieb, LMFT, LCSW-R
  • “False Information Regarding Parental Alienation and What to Do About It” – William Bernet, M.D., Co-Director
  • “Equal Shared Parenting Initiatives and Children’s Best Interests” – Brian Ludmer, B.Comm, LLB
  • “Characteristics of Alienated Children” –Steven Miller, M.D., Co-Director
  • “Holding Unto Love Through the Dark Night of alienation” – Rev. John Killinger
  • “Characteristics of Abused Children” – Dr. Amy J.L. Baker, Ph.D.
  • Parental Alienation Panel – Pamela Wright, Custody Resource Expert for the Alliance for Single Parents and Steven Miller, M.D., Co-Director
  • Equal Shared Parenting Panel – Kentucky Rep. Jason Petrie, lead sponsor of Kentucky’s Equal Shared Parenting Bill and Phillip Hendrix, M.A., M.B.A., Founder of Colorado Coalition for Equal Parenting Covenant Counseling

Family Access – Fighting for Children’s Rights helps bring awareness to families and professionals, including attorneys, mental health professionals, judges, legislators, school officials, researchers, writers, child advocates, etc. on the subject of alienation and the effects it has on children, grandchildren and their families. The organization also reaches thousands of alienated family members and professionals in more than 35 countries through monthly international seminar calls. To learn more, please visit

At JMD, Haley focuses her practice on family law, including issues related to divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support, equitable distribution, and domestic violence. Regularly handling challenging family law matters that have a lasting and significant impact, Haley guides clients in taking the best possible route for themselves and their families.

Haley graduated magna cum laude from Louisiana State University in Shreveport, with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. She received her Juris Doctor from Washington & Lee University. While in law school, Haley was on the Editorial Board for the Washington & Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice and published an article, “Centralized Prosecution: Cross-Designated Prosecutors and an Unconstitutional Concentration of Power,” 21 WASH. & LEE J. CIV. RTS. & SOC. JUST. 521 (2015). Haley also received the award for Best Brief in the John W. Davis Moot Court Competition. During her final year in law school, Haley worked as an extern at the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney in Roanoke, Virginia.

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