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Parental Alienation – Harris County

Parental Alienation Issues

Expert Advice from a Harris County Lawyer

As a divorced parent suspecting that your co-parent is undermining your relationship with your children, you might be facing a situation of parental alienation. In Texas, courts expect parents to foster their child’s relationship with the other parent post-divorce. When the opposite happens, legal action may be necessary.

If you’re concerned about parental alienation by your co-parent, seeking legal advice promptly is crucial. The experienced Harris County attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC understand the ongoing challenges divorced parents face, including issues like parental alienation. They are prepared to evaluate your case and pursue effective legal solutions on your behalf.

Get effective legal advocacy by your side during this difficult time. Call the firm today.

Identifying Parental Alienation

Detecting parental alienation can be challenging. Divorce usually brings significant changes to a family’s dynamics, and some shifts in relationships are normal. However, certain persistent and marked behaviors may indicate a deliberate effort to impair the relationship between a child and one parent.

Common indicators that child has experienced parental alienation include:

These indicators often require the insight of a family or child psychologist to confirm. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC collaborates with respected experts to ensure your case has the necessary support for a swift and positive resolution.

Don’t hesitate to explore your legal options. Request a free case evaluation with the team today.

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