Resolving Parental Alienation
Don't wait to put an end to this serious problem––call today!
After all the hard decisions of your
divorce have been made, you can expect smooth sailing, right? Unfortunately for
many families, this is far from the truth. Parental alienation can come
out in cases where one parent maintains physical custody and uses this
to seek revenge on the other parent. Both children
and their parents suffer as a result, turning families permanently against
If you suspect that your child is being affected by parental alienation,
you do not have to remain silent. Our firm understands the seriousness
of this problem and will work with you until preventative measures are
taken. The sooner you call, the sooner we can put an end to such damaging behavior.
What are the signs that parental alienation is occurring?
Since parental alienation can be such an emotionally and mental issue,
it can feel like the problem is all in your head. This is far from the
truth. When your former spouse openly degrades your parenting abilities
or makes negative comments about your love for your child, it has a noticeable
impact on your child's behavior.
Be on the alert for the following behavior trends in your child:
- Disrespectful attitude
- An unwillingness to spend time with you
- Guilt for being away from the other parent
- Depression or anxiety
- Alienation from other friends or family members
Studies show that there may be three different levels of parental––mild,
moderate, and severe. Higher degrees of these negative behavior trends
can indicate that alienating behavior by your former spouse has become
Our Mission Viejo Child Custody Lawyer Is Your Advocate
When this problem is allowed to perpetuate without any actionable steps
taken, it can quickly become an incurable crisis. We want to help you
protect your relationship with your child and restore their faith in you.
At The Hunter Law Group, we take action the moment you call!
For a confidential
contact our firm today. We believe in giving families the future they deserve.