LET US HELP YOU FIGHT BACK AGAINST PARENTAL ALIENATION
Have you noticed a change in the relationship you have with your child and suspect that your ex might be speaking negatively about you to them? This is called parental alienation and is becoming more common with divorced couples that co-parent. When one parent intentionally attempts to destroy the relationship between the other parent and their child, action must be taken to stop them. We can help guide you through each step of the process and ensure that you get to spend quality time with your children!
- REQUEST CONSULTATION
- PROTECT YOUR CHILDREN
- DURING A DIVORCE
There are a variety of side effects that parental alienation can have on a child, as well as their immediate and extended family. Make sure that you know how to spot the signs, and the actions you can take to prevent it from happening to your family!
DIVISION OF RETIREMENT BENEFITS: STEP TWO
Were you awarded a portion of your former spouses’ retirement benefits? If so, you may need to file a separate court order to divide those benefits. This document is known as a qualified domestic relations order. If you are entitled to such benefits and need help getting them, I am here to help you through the process!