Parental Alienation in Jacksonville
Legal Help from a Jacksonville Divorce Lawyer
When parental alienation occurs, the rejected parent stands to suffer even
more, as they may feel that they are losing much more than just their
legal binding to another. In some cases, this type of alienation can be
brought on or fueled by the non-alienated parent, making the situation
even worse than it typically would be.
If you suspect this is the case in your situation, then you should immediately
ally yourself with a
Jacksonville divorce attorney. The firm offers
free case evaluations to guide you through the process and help protect your rights.
When Does Alienation Occur?
In many cases of
separation in which children are involved, one parent may feel left out, neglected
or even hated by their child or children; this is known as parental alienation.
Divorce is a difficult process for everyone involved, especially children
who may not understand the need for their parents to split. Sometimes,
this misunderstanding can take shape in the form of extreme dislike or
even hatred for one particular parent, resulting in alienation, avoidance
and overall negativity.
Taking Legal Action to Protect Your Rights
Whether or not you and your former spouse have negotiated
joint custody of your children after a divorce, there may still be feelings of ill will;
these feelings are not always expressed only by the splitting couples.
Sometimes, children experience extreme emotions that can cause legal separation
or divorce to be more painful. Far more important than the
division of assets or establishment of
spousal support for most divorcing parents, is the wellbeing of their children. However,
this becomes much more difficult to establish and maintain when parental
alienation stands in the way.
Call Our Jacksonville Family Lawyer: (904) 701-0591
If your relationship with your child or children has been negatively affected
by your divorce or separation then you are probably looking for a way
to remedy the situation. At the Law Offices of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A.
we can help you do just that. Our years in business have primed us to
be able to handle situations of parental alienation or anything else involved
in the process of marriage termination. We have enhanced our knowledge
and credentials in order to best represent you, and we are ready to put
our skills to work.
Contact the firm today to speak with a dedicated attorney about the details of your case.