Parental Alienation can occur when one parent purposely and intentionally attempts to push the other parent out of the child or children's life or intentionally shares information with a child or children in an attempt to convince the child or children that the other parent does not love them or care about them. Parental Alienation can be confusing and can cause damage to a child or children. Sometimes extreme parental alienation can result in a change of visitation or custody of the child or children by the Court.
Noble Law PLLC believes that a parent must love their child or children more than they dislike the other parent. If you believe that your children are experiencing parental alienation or you have questions about what is or isn't parental alienation, schedule a case evaluation.