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Resentment or negative emotion towards your ex is really easy to develop and maintain during and immediately following a divorce, particularly one that is contentious and involves considerable courtroom litigation. This can sometimes make parents attempt to sway their children’s opinions of their ex, sometimes consciously but possibly even unconsciously as well. When one parent says or does something to negatively impact their children’s opinion of their ex or when their actions negatively impact the children’s affections towards the other parent- this is called parental alienation.
If you feel as though your ex has been encouraging parental alienation through their actions towards your children, it is important to obtain legal representation as soon as possible to help you maintain your status as a parent and to avoid any damage to your relationship with your children. At Rozin | Golinder Law, LLC, our team of attorneys has dedicated its practice to assisting those who need guidance through a complex family law matter. We understand the emotional nature of divorce and child-related issues, which is why we works hard to help our clients protect their rights as parents.
To learn more about your rights and to fight back against parental alienation, call Rozin | Golinder Law, LLC today at (732) 810-0034 for a free, confidential case evaluation.
Many parents are surprised to learn that parental alienation is a matter that can be brought to the court, and possibly have an impact on decisions such as child custody and visitation. Some believe this is a perfectly natural reaction to a contentious divorce, and that they are well within their rights to parent how they please as the custodial party. However, the court does not see it this way and does not take parental alienation lightly.
Parental alienation can have a number of negative effects on children including:
If you are found to be contributing to parental alienation, it will be seen in court as a reflection on your ability to parent and a poor one at that. If it is determined that one parent is alienating the children, the court may find this as reason enough to change custody or parenting time. As such, custodial parents may lose custody completely or the court may change the arrangement agreement to one of shared residential custody to ensure children receive equal time with both parents. This helps to avoid further damaging the relationship with the alienated parent. As a result, this can have a tremendous impact on the lives of everyone involved going forward.
Find out more about parental alienation and what to do if you think your children are being subjected to it; contact Rozin | Golinder Law, LLC online now to get started.