Parental Alienation Attorney in Cherry Hill, NJ
Compassionate Family Law Attorney Helping Clients Through Complex Custody Disputes in Camden County, Burlington County, Gloucester County and Throughout South Jersey
When a bitter divorce or child custody dispute causes one parent to willfully alienate children from the other parent, the results can be devastating. Children who are caught in the middle of this situation and forced to choose sides often experience severe psychological and emotional pain. Further, alienation often backfires on the parent doing it. Children frequently feel the need to protect the targeted parent, while developing resentment toward the alienating parent.
I Will Help You Through This
I am Cherry Hill parental alienation lawyer Lois Garber Schwartz and I have more than 35 years of experience handling high-conflict child custody disputes that often involve allegations of parental alienation. I understand the complex issues involved in these cases, and I am adept at helping clients find the best possible solutions to these matters. I have helped numerous clients obtain supervised visitation orders and other forms of court intervention to prevent alienation by parents or third parties. I can help you, too. Contact me, a Camden County family law attorney, online or call me directly to schedule a free confidential consultation.
Helping Parents Build Positive Relationships With Their Children
Because New Jersey courts base child custody determinations on the best interests of the child, any attempt to undermine the other parent or to sabotage his or her relationship with the child will be viewed negatively by the court and will only work against the offending party. Demonstrating cooperation and maturity while co-parenting with your former spouse could go a long way toward helping you accomplish your preferred child custody arrangement.
In parental alienation cases, the court sometimes directs the parties to meet individually with a counselor or therapist and to work toward reunification with the child. In serious cases, the court may impose sanctions on the alienating parent, including altering the visitation or custody arrangement to allow the child to spend more time with the alienated parent.
Working Toward a Positive Resolution
Every case involving parental alienation is extremely fact-sensitive. I work hard to understand the dynamics of the family and the circumstances that led to the current situation. With that knowledge, I move forward with a plan to resolve these problems in a thoughtful manner. Sometimes this process can take months or even years, but my ultimate goal is to help alienated parents rebuild positive relationships with their children.
Contact a Camden County Alienated Parent Rights Lawyer Today!
I provide a focus on intelligent advocacy and compassionate client service that you can rely on. Contact me, a Cherry Hill parental alienation attorney, online or call my law office today to schedule an appointment to discuss your specific situation.