Children should have ready access to two loving parents who support their wellbeing. Unfortunately, in some cases of divorce, one parent may try to exclude the other parent from the children’s lives. This then leads to parental alienation, which is detrimental to the children as well as to the parent who is denied access to them. Parental alienation can cause fear and uncertainty for everyone involved.
Likewise, parents should not attempt to sway their children’s feelings against the other parent. While not as obvious as denying access, such negative talk can lead to the children not wanting to be with both parents. And that in itself can turn into parental alienation.
If your children’s other parent has denied you access to your children, or you feel that he or she is negatively influencing them, it’s time to contact the law office of Paula J. Burnstein, P.C.
Paula J. Burnstein is experienced in family law matters including divorce, custody, child support, and property division. She has practiced solely in the area of family law for the past two decades and has the knowledge to serve your needs, both outside of and in the courtroom. She will help you work through your family law situation while protecting your interests and those of your family.
Contact us to schedule your free 15-minute phone consultation.
Paula J. Burnstein, P.C.
11811 N. Tatum Blvd., Ste. 3031
Phoenix, AZ 85028