- Witnessing violence committed by that parent against the other parent
- Being the victim of abuse themselves
- The parents’ persistently immature and narcissistic behavior
- The parents’ unduly rigid and restrictive parenting style
- The parent’s own psychological or psychiatric issues
The reality is that the child’s experiences make the child’s rejection of a parent a reasonable, adaptive, and protective response to the parent’s behavior. The feelings of alienated children, however, are neither reasonable nor the result of the rejected parent’s conduct.
If your relationship with your child or children has been negatively affected by the other parent as a result of realistic estrangement, you are probably looking for a way to remedy the situation. At Stange Law Firm, PC, our lawyers can help you address cases that involve realistic estrangement. We have enhanced our knowledge and credentials in order to best represent you, and we are ready to put our skills to work in all matters involving domestic relations.
You can also read an article we have written about hearsay statements in sexual abuse cases titled: Hearsay Statements in Child Abuse Cases.
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