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Longview Parental Alienation Lawyer

Doing What Is Best for Your Children

Parental alienation occurs when one parent disparages the other and discourages the children from having a relationship with him or her. This behavior is harmful to the children, who may be forced to “take sides” or be prevented from spending time with their parent.

At The Hollwarth Law Firm, we are focused on doing whatever is best for your children in East Texas. We will work hard to handle your situation delicately and minimize conflict. Our Longview divorce attorney provides one-on-one attention and customized strategies to resolve parental alienation claims.

Call our team now at (903) 234-0711 to learn more about how we can help you with a parental alienation case.

The Signs of Parental Alienation

Sometimes, a parent may not realize that their spouse or ex-spouse is alienating them from their children. It is important to stay vigilant and be on the lookout for any warning signs that could tip you off to parental alienation.

Your ex-partner may be purposefully disparaging your relationship with your children if:

  • Your child is reluctant to come see you
  • Your child has altered his or her personality around you
  • You have been blocked from talking to the child or visiting with the child by your ex
  • You have been insulted by your child
  • Your child suspects he or she is unsafe around you
  • Your ex is constantly changing the child custody schedule
  • Your child refuses any mail or gifts you offer
  • Your child is unfriendly with your extended family

How to Respond to Parental Alienation

Always treat your ex with respect and do not talk badly about him or her in front of your children. If your ex-spouse notes that you are working to keep the peace, he or she may be inclined to do so too.

Ensure that all court-ordered visitation is met. Bring the children to your ex on the appointed times and days. If your ex fails to bring the child to you on a court-ordered visitation date, let your Longview family law attorney know.

Whenever you notice alienating behavior, write it down in a journal. For example, if your child tells you that he or she doesn’t feel safe with you, make a note of it. These writings may serve as evidence if a court gets involved later on.

The Importance of Quality Representation

Ultimately, it is important to have a knowledgeable lawyer on your side. At The Hollwarth Law Firm, we can let you know when the situation rises to the point of legal action. The law can be complicated, so make sure you have an experienced professional there to protect your rights, manage the paperwork, and advocate for you and your children.

Stop parental alienation with the help of our team. Call (903) 234-0711 now.

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