Attorney Fagan’s eBook Discusses Parental Alienation Signs and Solutions in Texas
If you suspect your former spouse is willfully trying to sabotage your relationship with your children, they may be engaging in parental alienation. This goes against the court’s expectations after a divorce, including in Texas. A judge expects the co-parents to support their child’s healthy relationship with the other parent.
Seeking legal counsel if you have reasons to believe that your former spouse is participating in parental alienation is the way to go. If this is what is going on, you have legal solutions to remedy the situation.
Recognizing parental alienation can be difficult since divorce can be a challenging transition no matter what. Attorney Bryan Fagan compiled this eBook to help you learn to identify telltale signs and get a solid idea of how parental alienation can impact your personal and legal situation.
In this eBook, Attorney Fagan addresses:
- Common indicators that your child has experienced parental alienation
- Effects of parental alienation on families
- High conflict child custody cases in Texas
- How a parent can weaponize your children during a divorce
- Your legal options to challenge parental alienation
- And more
You can download this eBook for free by filling out the form below. This should answer a broad range of common questions you may have about parental alienation.
While this eBook provides a factual foundation on issues concerning parental alienation, it cannot replace a consultation with an experienced family law attorney. We recommend that you schedule a consultation with our attorneys at The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. During your appointment, we can review your situation and offer advice specific to your family situation.
If you are concerned that your child has experienced parental alienation, contact The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, today at (281) 810-9760 to schedule an appointment in Houston.