Parental Alienation in Roseville, CA
Roseville Divorce Lawyer
Parental alienation is something that occurs when a child is used by one parent to enact revenge against the other parent, their ex-spouse. If you have been denied custody rights and you went through a bad
divorce, then your ex-spouse may influence your child to try to retaliate against you. The results of this are that the child does not respond to you, does not interact with you, or possibly does not want to spend time with you.
There are three basic degrees of parental alienation: mild, moderate, and severe. In cases of the first two, these can generally be fixed through engaging the child in therapy and spending more time with the alienated parent. In more severe cases, legal action may need to be taken to prove that your ex is wrongfully alienating you from your child.
Fighting Against Parental Alienation
If you believe that you are the victim of alienation, then you may greatly benefit from the legal assistance of a representative from our team. There are legal actions that you can take in order to pursue a better relationship with your child.
The biggest solution may be to have custody changed from one parent to the other. Before a judge grants this change, he / she will generally want a psychological evaluation to be done. The downside to this is that these evaluators generally believe that therapy is the only thing required to resolve these issues. Sadly, in most cases, anything that is gained in therapy is quickly lost under the influence of the alienating parent.
You need skilled representation on your side to convince a judge to change custody of your child or grant you joint custody or more visitation rights so that you may have a greater influence in your child's life. Our Roseville divorce attorney can provide you with the representation that you need to present your case. We take the time to gather as much information as possible and then work to inform and educate our clients so that they may make competent decisions regarding the future.
Seek our representation in your case today! Call (916) 745-8444 for a free consultation.