Parents naturally influence their children. Sometime, however, one parent manipulates this influence to alienate the other parent. If you think that your ex-spouse is turning your child against you, Jeffrey W. Goldblatt can help you to reclaim your relationship before it is too late.
Not every parent is perfect and not every relationship ends well. Regardless, your co-parent should not turn your child against you. Parental alienation syndrome occurs in a child who comes to believe that the targeted parent is someone unworthy of having a relationship with. This develops as a result of the behavior of the alienating parent.
You do not have to give up on your child. At some point in the future, your child will know if you gave up the fight to be in their life. The Law Offices of Jeffrey W. Goldblatt Esq., in East Brunswick, Freehold, and Wall, New Jersey, will help you in your fight to restore and rehabilitate your relationship with your child.