Is Parental Alienation Affecting Your Parenting Arrangements?

Hostile-aggressive parenting (HAP) is a form of emotional child abuse that often results in the child or children suffering from parental alienation syndrome (PAS). HAP involves one parent planting seeds of dissension by restricting contact with children that the other parent is entitled to and manipulating a son or daughter through constant criticism of the other parent.

When your parental rights are at stake, you need legal representation, especially if you are denied access to your own children. Attorney Michelle A. Barry will employ all of her resources to promote the best interests of children and their parents. Contact our firm today to set up a consultation with Ms. Barry.

Proactive And Individualized Strategies In Complex Child Custody Disputes

Everything done in the drafting and enforcement of parenting plans is to maintain strong post-divorce relationships with your children and meet your family's unique needs as it relates to work schedules and school extracurricular activities. Hostile-aggressive parenting that leads to parental alienation syndrome undermines custody agreements and parent-child relationships.

Parenting plans detail the responsibilities of each parent and certain considerations, including time-sharing schedules and decision-making authority. Yet, the best-drafted agreement will not prevent parents from deviating from the plan and passing on their hostility to their own children.

Personalized Legal Services When You Need Them Most

Child custody lawyer Michelle A. Barry possesses a comprehensive knowledge of Florida family law and its application to child custody disputes. From the initial consultation to the resolution of your case, she will handle every aspect herself and keep you in the loop with progress reports.

Schedule a reduced-rate consultation today by calling 407-622-4529 (toll free 888-351-8303) or by sending us an email. A free 15-minute initial telephone consultation is available to discuss your case. Email documents to us prior to a call for the most beneficial use of your time. In-person consultations are available at a reduced rate that will be put toward a retainer. We accept credit cards.