Parental Alienation

Addressing Parental Alienation Concerns

As a divorced parent, if you suspect that your co-parent is intentionally sabotaging your relationship with your children, you could be facing a case of parental alienation. The courts in Texas encourage parents to foster their child’s relationship with the other parent after divorce. If the opposite happens, legal intervention may be necessary.

If you suspect your co-parent of parental alienation, it’s crucial to consult with a legal professional immediately. The experienced team of attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC in Spring understands that even post-divorce, parents often confront sensitive issues and legal challenges such as parental alienation. Our team is prepared to evaluate your situation and, if required, pursue prompt and effective solutions on your behalf.

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

Identifying Parental Alienation

Recognizing parental alienation can be challenging for parents. Divorce is typically a major shift for children, and it’s common for families to see some temporary changes in their internal dynamics. However, certain persistent and pronounced signs over time may indicate a deliberate attempt to impair a child’s relationship with one parent.

Common signs that a child has been subjected to parental alienation include:

These are just a few indications of parental alienation. These cases often necessitate the skills of a family or child psychologist to help confirm any misconduct. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is prepared to collaborate with established experts in the field to ensure your case has the necessary resources for a quick and favorable resolution.

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

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