When parents decide to end their relationship or marriage, the goal should always be to co-parent so that the children are able to retain a great relationship with both of their parents. In some cases, this becomes impossible because one parent may try to interfere with the children’s relationship with the other parent. When this happens, there may be parental alienation involved.
If you think that you, or someone you know, is not able to have the same relationship with his or her children after a relationship ends. It’s important to act quickly, contact Anene Farrey & Associates.
In some cases, one parent may utilize words or actions that can cause a child to develop misconceptions about one parent, immediate legal action should be taken to end this type of behavior before the situation becomes more difficult to deal with.