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Understanding Parental Alienation and How We Can Help in a Custody Battle

Updated: May 26

Imagine a loving father, John, who always prioritized spending quality time with his daughter, Emma. However, after a contentious divorce, John noticed a disturbing change. Emma began to distance herself, expressing unjustified fear and resentment towards him. John realized he was facing a severe case of parental alienation. Of course, this could easily go the other way, with the father being the perpetrator of parental alienation as well.

Parental Alienation Explained

Parental alienation occurs when one parent manipulates a child to reject the other parent, often through negative comments, false allegations, or subtle psychological tactics. This behavior can severely impact the child's emotional well-being and their relationship with the alienated parent.

Our Approach at Brown & Associates, PLLC

We start by thoroughly understanding your unique situation. We work closely with you to identify signs of parental alienation, gathering evidence such as communication records, witness statements, and behavioral changes in your child.

Armed with solid evidence, we develop a strategic legal plan tailored to your case. This might involve filing for a modification of custody, requesting court-ordered therapy, or seeking a guardian ad litem to represent your child's best interests.

In court, we fiercely advocate for your rights, presenting compelling evidence of alienation. Our goal is to demonstrate to the judge the harmful impact on your child and the necessity of intervention.

While we are prepared to fight relentlessly in court, we also recognize the value of mediation and settlement. Our attorneys strive to find solutions that prioritize the well-being of your child, aiming to restore a healthy relationship between you and your child.

Why Choose Us?

At Brown & Associates, PLLC, we combine legal expertise with genuine compassion. We understand the emotional toll of parental alienation and are dedicated to supporting you through this challenging time. Our holistic approach ensures that your voice is heard and your child's best interests are protected.

If you are experiencing parental alienation, don't wait. Contact us today for a consultation and let us help you rebuild your relationship with your child.

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At Brown & Associates, PLLC, we fight for you and your child's best interests. If you're facing parental alienation, don't hesitate to reach out. Let us help you restore your relationship with your child.

Contact Us:

Brown & Associates, PLLC

Attorneys & Counselors at Law

Park South Professional Center

10440 Park Road, Suite 200Charlotte, NC 28210

Tel: 704-542-2525 Fax: 704-541-4751

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