What Is Parental Alienation?
When two parents separate, emotions are often high. The hostility between both parties can cause serious distress to a child. More and more, parental alienation cases are becoming common. Restovich Braun & Associates has helped clients throughout Minnesota who find themselves in these situations. We can answer your questions and find solutions that are tailored to your specific needs.
Common Causes And What You Can Do
These cases come in all shapes and sizes. It is the court’s job to decide whether or not one parent had an influence on the negative feelings a child is dealing with. It is all a matter of perspective, which means proving your case requires an experienced attorney. We use facts and resources to show the judge the truth. From telling a child that their mother or father doesn’t love them to accusations of abandonment, it is not easy to handle these types of cases on your own. We are here to advocate on your behalf and behalf of your children.
There are many common symptoms of parental alienation. Perhaps the child doesn’t name any specific reason for their dislike of one party. Other times, they have no positive things to say about them. Maybe they always take the side of the alienator, no matter what the situation is. Sometimes, they will even use terms and phrases that seem borrowed from adult language, despite being young. When this happens, it is important to reach out to an attorney and discuss the options you are facing.
To Learn More, Call Our Office Today
As your representation, you can expect honesty and compassion. We will listen to your concerns judgment-free. Our goal is to make sure you can move forward in a positive, healthy direction. To learn more about how we can help, call our office in Rochester at 507-218-2004 today. You can also email us.