Parental Alienation

Parental Alienation Lawyers in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas in St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield and Beyond

In some cases of divorce or separation in which children are involved, one parent may feel left out, neglected or even hated by their child or children. While not always true, this can sometimes be the result of parental alienation. Parental alienation is considered by many as a form of abuse on the children.

Divorce and custody battles are hard for everyone involved, especially children who may not understand why their parents are no longer together. In some cases, this misunderstanding can culminate in the form of extreme dislike or hatred for one particular parent, resulting in alienation, avoidance and overall negativity.

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. Many If you suspect this is the case in your situation, then you should immediately ally yourself with a Missouri or Illinois attorney who is highly experienced with matters involving domestic relations.

Parental Alienation Lawyers in Missouri, Illinois and Kansas

Whether or not you and your former partner have negotiated joint custody of your children after a divorce, there may be residue of hard feelings in existence. These feelings are not always expressed only by the splitting couples. Sometimes, children experience extreme emotions that can cause separation or divorce to be more painful.

If your relationship with your child or children has been negatively affected by your divorce or separation, you are probably looking for a way to remedy the situation. At Stange Law Firm, PC, we can help you address cases that involve parental alienation. We have enhanced our knowledge and credentials in order to best represent you, and we are ready to put our skills to work.

You can also read more on this topic by two articles written by Kirk C. Stange titled: Parental Alienation: A Serious Family Law Matter and How to Prove Parental Alienation. You can also listen to a podcast with Kirk Stange and Dean Tong titled Parental Alienation: Myth or Monster.

Missouri, Illinois and Kansas Child Custody and Parental Alienation Attorneys

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