Parental Alienation in New Jersey | What You Should Know

Divorces take a toll on all parties involved, especially children. If you share custody of your child and you believe that your former spouse is badmouthing you to your child, regardless of whether the allegations are true or not, you are most likely looking to take actions to stop it, as countless studies have shown that this behavior can do irreparable emotional damage to a child. Please continue reading to…Read More

What You Need to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

When parents divorce, one of the most difficult and hotly-contested issues are those involving child custody. Fortunately, in many cases, parents will put their differences aside and simply do everything in their power to make the transition as seamless as possible for their child. However, unfortunately, this does not always happen. In many instances, child custody battles are fierce, and they are damaging to both parents and their children. In…Read More

How Parental Alienation May Impact Your New Jersey Divorce

Ideally, during the divorce process, both parents are committed to making decisions that are in the best interests of their children. By acknowledging that a healthy and secure relationship with both parents is best, parents can make an effort to shield the children from contentious or negative interactions or feelings that may arise among the parents during the divorce process. At times, however, resentment and other issues may motivate one parent to…Read More

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