Protecting Your Interests And The Interests Of Your Children
Going through a divorce is an extremely emotional and difficult time for everyone involved. Some spouses can be so bitter that they will stop at nothing to hurt the other. Sadly, this includes using their own children as weapons. Parental alienation syndrome comes about when one parent seeks to disrupt or destroy the other parent’s relationship with his or her children.
Parental alienation usually takes one of two forms. The first involves one parent’s attempt to make the children believe that the other parent is a bad person. In these cases, the children eventually begin to believe it and start to withdraw. The second involves one parent’s deliberate interference with the other parent’s visitation time.
The New York courts strongly advocate a meaningful relationship between children and both of their parents, and they take a very dim view of any attempts to interfere. If you have been the victim of any action that could be construed as parental alienation, you may have legal recourse to protect your rights.
Skillful Representation From A Respected Family Law Lawyer
At DeRoberts Law Firm, Syracuse parental alienation attorney Jeffrey DeRoberts provides hands-on, results-oriented representation in all types of these cases. With over 25 years of experience in New York family law, Mr. DeRoberts has a complete understanding of the legal issues involved in parental alienation cases, and he knows what it takes to protect your interests.
The firm does not condone any behavior that seeks to deny any person of his or her legal rights. Nor do we condone any behavior that has the potential to cause harm to the children. Mr. DeRoberts takes swift and decisive action to put an end to these or any actions that seek to inhibit a parent’s rights.
Speak With A New York Parental Alienation Syndrome Attorney
Parental alienation claims can be very difficult to prove and very painful for everyone involved. Mr. DeRoberts will be there with you at every step, serving as a constant advocate for you and your rights as a parent. He provides a complete review of your case and develops a strategy designed to address the specific issues you are facing. Call 315-479-6445, or send an email for a free initial consultation.