Going through a divorce with children is hard enough without any additional factors involved, as everyone's lives are affected by the aftermath of the proceedings. However, finding out that your spouse has been poisoning the minds of your children against you can be extremely stressful and upsetting.
If you suspect or have evidence that your spouse or ex-spouse is alienating your children against you, you may be able to take legal action against them. Our Morris County family law attorney at O’Sullivan Law Group can assist you in seeking a court order to stop parental alienation.
Our Morris County divorce lawyer is especially skilled at gathering evidence to use on your behalf, showing that the other parent is alienating you from your children or stopping you from seeing them. We are prepared to do whatever it takes to help you take the proper steps to repair your relationship with your children and prevent further damage from being done.
At our firm, we believe that parental alienation is a form of abuse and do not take these intentional actions lightly. Your relationship with your child is very important and must be protected aggressively. We firmly believe that every parent should have the ability to take responsibility for their own relationship with their child and not have outside influences affecting that relationship.
With more than 20 years in the field of family law and divorce, we are known for our dedication to our clients and our commitment to building lasting relationships. To set up a consultation to speak with a Morris County divorce attorney from our firm, please give us a call at (973) 947-8699.