Golden, CO, Parental Alienation Lawyer
Parental Alienation in Golden, CO
Examples of Parental Alienation
- Making disparaging comments about the other parent
- Forcing the child to choose between the parents
- Controlling communication between the child and the other parent
- Providing detailed information about the dissolution of the marriage
- Forcing the child to parent them
- Purposefully limiting the other parent’s involvement
- Telling lies about the other parent
Gathering Evidence In Child Alienation Cases
Why Choose The Drake Law Firm, P.C.?
- Schedule A Consultation – Discuss your case with us during your consultation.
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- Numerous Practice Areas – Our law firm focuses on family law, divorce, child custody and child support.
- Non-adversarial and Aggressive Legal Strategies – The Drake Law Firm, P.C. helps families solve disputes through non-adversarial resolution strategies. However, our firm is always ready to litigate cases before a judge.
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How Is Parental Alienation Addressed?
Colorado’s family court system is designed to ensure that the best interests of the child are always met. The court understands that parental alienation negatively impacts children. Thus, if they are involved in this emotionally abusive situation, they can experience psychological harm.
Once your Golden, CO, parental alienation order files a claim, the judge can appoint a parental responsibilities evaluator or a child and family investigator to review the case. Then, the judge can choose to modify the parenting agreement based on the report. Thus, you can end up getting more time with your child. The court can also take additional actions to put an end to parental alienation, such as ordering therapy or changing the parenting plan to forbid disparaging language.