What Is Parental Alienation?

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For many parents, the relationship they have with their children is the most important thing in their lives. That relationship always remains a priority, even they are arguing with the other parent or are working through the divorce process. Sadly, because the parent-child relationship is so important, some parents try to manipulate their children, turning them against the other parent in child custody disputes.

If your child is suddenly afraid of being alone with you, or if you think the other parent is working to undermine your parental authority and ruin your relationship with your children, it's important to contact an experienced lawyer as soon as possible.

At the law office of Amy M. Levine & Associates, we represent clients in Columbus and Huntington, and throughout West Virginia and Ohio in parental alienation claims. Although parental alienation claims can be difficult to prove, we fight aggressively to protect our clients' parental rights and the best interests of their children.

Proving Parental Alienation

Although parental alienation can be difficult to prove, our family law attorneys work with parents whose ex is trying to turn their children against them using tactics such as:

  • Telling authorities that you abused your ex, even though you have never done such a thing
  • Telling authorities that you abused your children, even though it's untrue
  • Accusing you of sexually abusing a minor
  • Encouraging your children to tell the authorities lies about you
  • Brainwashing your children into believing untrue things about you
  • Lying to your children about you

If you are interested in learning more about the most effective ways to protect your parental rights and the best interest of the children, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling our Columbus office at 614-360-2942 or our Huntington office at 304-519-4354.