Parental Alienation in Arizona

A child’s love is a wonderful feeling but sometimes in child custody cases, one parent can attempt to manipulate that love and turn it against the other parent.  One parent may wish to gain full control of child custody, but it can damage the child’s relationship with the other parent.  Arizona courts safeguard the best interests of the child during divorce or custody proceedings as well as after the trial ends.  If you feel that your child has been the victim of parental alienation, please contact the Cantor Law Group.  One of our experienced family law attorneys can discuss your situation and provide options for your respective circumstances.

Divorce, Custody, and Parental Alienation in Arizona

Divorce and child custody situations are highly emotional times for all members of the family.  It can sometimes result in one adult’s anger (parental alienation), insecurity or fear of the future being channeled through a child.  This can have a very negative effect on parental relationships and the well-being of the child in question.  While Arizona courts award sole custody when child endangerment or parental unfitness has been demonstrated, in joint custody situations, one parent can have a very detrimental effect on a child or children by attempting to alienate the child from the other parent.

If you feel like you are the victim of Parental Alienation by an ex-spouse, then please contact us for a free consultation. The consultation lasts about 30 minutes and when its time for you to leave, you will have our professional recommendation on how you should proceed with your specific situation. Our family law staff has many years of experience in dealing with custody and alienation issues. Call us today at (602) 691-6385 or send us an email by using our confidential form.