Rarely are divorces amicable even in the least bit. The spouses going through a divorce are almost never in good terms with each other. But does this call for parental alienation by one parent of the other? No. Never is parental alienation the right course of action. But sadly, we still do see parental alienation in work more often than not.
Some parents don’t intentionally do that, but their actions still end up being part of parental alienation. In most cases, Child Custody Lawyers will advise you against engaging in it.
Parental alienation happens when one parent speaks ill about the other to the child. That can result in the child developing ill feelings towards that parent. The parent doing the alienation is feeding negative thoughts about the other parent to the child. These thoughts can instill fear in the mind of the child towards the other parent. Although the parent doing the alienation may feel good for the time being, it will not have a good outcome. That can affect the child’s future relationships as well.
Many parents take this course of action to gain sole custody of the child. The motive of preventing the other parent from visiting and talking to the child is the driving force. A competent Child Custody Lawyer can help you gain custody of your child the right way. So there is no need to go down to these low actions of parental alienation.
Child Custody Lawyers In Orlando can help you out in gaining legal custody of your child. You do know what is best for your child. And your child custody lawyer knows the law behind getting it. Collaborate with your lawyer and gain the best possible outcome for your child’s future. Contact the Law Office of Erin Morse now to schedule an initial discussion of your case. Put your worries aside and your child’s rights to the front.