Feeling Alienated from Your Child?
Our Compassionate Hudson Valley Lawyer Is Here to Fight Back with You
Parental alienation can be emotionally traumatic for the affected parent
and child. The Law Office of Kelley M. Enderley, PC provides compassionate
legal services to help parents and children reach a solution to harmful problem.
Contact us today for experienced representation and personal service!
Parental alienation occurs when one parent encourages their child to denigrate
or vilify the other parent. This can be extremely damaging to the parent-child
relationship. Emotionally detrimental, parental alienation can have lasting
impacts on the child and parents involved. As a Poughkeepsie divorce attorney,
we can provide vigorous representation for parental alienation cases.
Personalized Legal Assistance for Parental Alienation Syndrome
Parental alienation syndrome can be harmful for parents and their children.
At our firm, we aim to supply personalized legal support to help you reach
a unique solution. If your spouse and child are alienating and disparaging
you, you have a right to take your case to court. We can gather evidence
and speak to witnesses to uncover the truth about any physical or psychological
influences the alienating parent has impressed upon the child against
you. In some cases, a practical solution can be reached in an out-of-court
agreement. But if the case goes to court, the judge may change the primary custody.
Symptoms of parental alienation include:
- The child rehearsing disparaging language or showing oppositional behavior
to the alienated parent
- The child does not show guilt about the cruelty toward the alienated parent
- The child offers weak, frivolous, or absurd reasons for his or her anger
- Animosity is spread to the friends and family of the alienated parent
- A parent trying to control or block contact with their child
Parental alienation results from a combination one parent's destructive
teachings and the child's own contributions toward the denigration
of the targeted parent. As a parent, you have the right to take your spouse
to court if your child is being subjected to parental alienation against
you. With meticulous and experienced services, we can present evidence
to present your case in court and seek for a change of custody.
Protect your relationship with your children today. Call The Law Office
of Kelley M. Enderley, PC!
If you are the victim of parental alienation
, contact us today
! Protect you and your child from the damaging effects of this psychological
syndrome. We can fight together in court to uphold your parental rights
and seek a solution to this issue.