Of the five we have listed, disparagement is generally the starting point of parental alienation and the first warning sign that alienation is taking place.
Disparagement is negative comments about the other parent .
Our have learned to see the warning signs of parental alienation and have developed a sound strategy to combat it by not only guiding our clients through communication and documentation of the alienation but also to persuade the court that parental alienation is taking place and the court needs to make proper orders consistent with the children’s best interest and .
This may surprise you but making are intended to get an order that keeps the alleged abusive parent from spending time with the child. Third, set a specific strategy to combat the parental alienation. Parents who engage in alienation too often believe they can get away from it.
False allegations of abuse in custody cases are serious and if you don’t take them seriously and intelligently and aggressively challenge them (including asking the court to order the parent who is making the false allegations to enter into counseling, take parenting classes and ), you may find yourself being found to have committed the false acts levied against you. Each month, I get at least 1-2 calls from parents who tell me they have been falsely accused and the court has made orders against them, finding them to have committed the abuse. With the help of our child custody lawyers, we can work hard to keep that from occurring. Our numbers are: Newport Beach office: (949) 478-7107 Mission Viejo office: (949) 616-3772 Santa Ana office: (714) 937-1193 Let’s talk by phone to better understand your case and determine how our firm can help you.
In an ideal custodial arrangement, the parents (though living separate and apart), are a united front when it comes to the children’s education, safety, welfare and activities.
Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case and, in alienation cases, one parent influences the child to believe the other parent’s authority is not important and can or should be disregarded.
“I’d give up a year of my life for just half a day with my parents,” says Jonathan Herman, a 33-year-old health-care executive in New York.
He lost both his parents to cancer before he was 13.
If you asked a psychologist, therapist and family law lawyer, you may get different definitions.
Our California child custody lawyers have seen our share of parents attempting to alienate a child or children from the other parent.
By the time the court has made its orders and the time to appeal has expired, it is very difficult to undo what has been done. If your matter is one we can help with, that strategy session is set up on a date and time convenient for you.