How Alienation Can Affect Your Child

Atlanta Family Law Attorney

Parental alienation can be difficult for adults to go through, but even more difficult for children. The negative impact it can have on children's relationships with their parents is often easy to recognize, but hard to overcome. Long after the custody battle stops, the battle over the "favorite" parent can begin. Jealous ex-spouses and parents can create negative images in a child's head, often creating distance and hatred toward the other parent. If you are facing alienation, it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible.

Alienating a child from a parent is dangerous and the damaging behavior can have long-term effects. Derogatory comments about the other parent, driving a wedge between one parent and the child and suggesting that the other parent left or abandoned the child can have serious psychological repercussions. If you recognize signs of alienation, such as distancing and uncommon hatred or anger, you may be able to work with an attorney to get a change of custody.

Contact Our Atlanta Divorce Lawyers At Stadler Law Group, LLC!

The Atlanta divorce lawyers at Stadler Law Group understand that this emotional and stressful time requires the utmost care and compassion. We also recognize that you may be seeking aggressive representation for your case to help ensure that you receive custody and quickly put an end to the parental alienation. Our firm can help you take legal action against mentally abusive behavior and protect you and your family. Stadler Law Group has over 25 years of experience dealing with family law and divorce cases and we may be able to help you as well. You deserve outstanding legal representation for your case. Contact an Atlanta divorce attorney from our firm to speak with a legal representative who can protect your relationship with your children.