When parents decide to end their marriage, their goal should be to ensure that the children maintain relationships with both parents. Fortunately, many spouses can agree to put their differences aside, share child custody, and always act in their child’s best interests. However, this is not always the case, and oftentimes one parent will continue to try and influence the way their child views the other parent. If you believe your spouse is trying to negatively shape the way your child sees you, you and your child are most likely victims of what is known as parental alienation.
Parental alienation comes in many forms. In some cases, one parent will make passive verbal insults about the other parent. In other cases, one parent will outright badmouth the other parent to the child constantly. The bottom line is that no matter how it is done, parental alienation is a form of manipulation, and it is always wrong. Most experts will tell you that the psychological effects of parental alienation are very serious, and often lead to childhood trauma that can last for a lifetime. If you believe you and your child are victims of parental alienation, you are most likely looking to put a stop to it as soon as you can. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how we can assist you and your child.
How Our Firm Can Help Stop Parental Alienation
Our attorneys will fight to protect and/or rebuild the relationship between you and your child. Additionally, you may be able to request a post-divorce modification regarding your child custody terms. Since every situation is different, you will need an experienced family law attorney who can analyze each aspect of your case and determine the best route forward. Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman is here to help.
Contact our experienced New Jersey firm
We understand how confusing certain legal issues can be, which is why we are dedicated to providing individuals with the compassionate, knowledgeable legal representation they deserve. Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman has helped clients with various difficult legal challenges for over 40 years, which is why we know we have the experience needed to do the same for you. For experienced legal counsel regarding family law, litigation, business law, real estate, and criminal law, you know where to turn–contact Aronsohn, Weiner, Salerno & Kaufman today to schedule a consultation.