Many parents wrestle with how to prove parental alienation. Though they may recognize some of the telltale signs of alienation, proving that it’s actually happening to the courts is another story.
In child custody cases, parental alienation can influence the final custodial verdict significantly. Unfortunately, some courts may not immediately recognize it, but if the court is convinced of a parent’s attempts to alienate the child from the other parent, it may ultimately look negatively upon the alienating parent.
There are several tactics an attorney may use to prove that parental alienation is occurring. Some of these include:
You can help your attorney prove alienation by keeping a log of your child’s behavior. Anytime the child acts or speaks in a way that indicates alienation, write it down. Additionally, keep track of your former spouse’s behavior, too; if he or she refuses to let you speak with, see or otherwise communicate with your child, record the incident.
If your ex uses parental alienation to damage your relationship with your child or to attempt to influence the outcome of a child custody case, legal help may be necessary. Call (888) 584-9614 to speak to a child custody attorney at Warren & Migliaccio in Richardson to discuss how you might prove parental alienation in child custody cases.
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