The Role Of Parental Alienation In Divorce
First, the bad news: Some divorcing parents have been known to attempt to poison the minds of their children against the other parent. When these attempts succeed, emotional wedges can divide family members for generations.
Now, the good news: Parental alienation can be addressed by court order in Massachusetts with the help of the skilled and compassionate lawyers at the Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond.
Founding attorney Andrew S. Guisbond and fellow senior litigator Candice Labbe join forces to stop parental alienation in its tracks and pave the way to a potentially smoother divorce process. Divorce clients have benefited greatly from this accomplished legal team’s combined decades of experience with a wide variety of positive family law outcomes.
Family Law Counsel “In The Best Interests Of The Child”
Do you suspect that you and your child have been the victims of one or more of these categories of parental alienation?
- Critical comments contained in text messages, social media posts and emails
- Disparaging characterizations of the co-parent in the child’s presence
- False accusations of hands-on and/or emotional abuse of a child
- The other parent portraying him- or herself as the “victim” in conversations with the child about the marriage
- Threats to relocate out of state with the child
- Violating parenting time arrangements or using visitation as a weapon
- Undermining a co-parent’s discipline of a child in order to ingratiate himself or herself
Ironically, parental alienation is itself often considered a form of abuse. If the legal remedy to correct this wrong is a lawsuit, or if you have been falsely accused of alienation, our law firm is fully prepared to advocate for you. During your initial consultation, we can discuss the possible need for input from mental health care professionals such as forensic psychiatrists and custody evaluators, and we can generally chart a course of action that gets to the root of the problem.
Contact Law Offices of Andrew S. Guisbond
Parental alienation is often only one source of tension between divorcing spouses. To discuss your relationship and how to end it with the dignity it deserves, call our Boston law offices today at 617-380-7643. Your email message will also be responded to promptly.