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    Koons Fuller Family Law

    KoonsFuller, P.C. is a family law practice of highly experienced Dallas, Plano, Southlake, Denton and Houston attorneys who serve clients in complex divorce litigation; property settlements of all sizes; marital agreements; asset tracing, valuation and division; child custody, visitation, support and paternity; trial and appellate work, including litigation alternatives such as mediation, arbitration and collaborative law across […]

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    Rossberg Law Office, LLC

    Sunday Z. Rossberg opened Rossberg Law Office, L.L.C. in 2000, and since that time, she has maintained an active family law practice. Sunday feels privileged to practice an area of law that shapes a person’s future like none other. “I am compassionate and dedicated about my work. I understand that I am not just working […]

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    Weinberger Law Group, LLC

    At Weinberger Law Group, LLC, our New Jersey family law attorneys understand that being alienated from your child or having your relationship with your child intentionally damaged is a hurtful and challenging experience. As such, our New Jersey parental alienation attorneys will help you through this difficult time in your life so that you can repair and […]

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    Marshall & Taylor, PLLC

    Accusations of parental alienation syndrome can greatly complicate custody hearings. If you need any assistance obtaining a fair outcome in your divorce, contact the Raleigh child custody lawyers of Marshall & Taylor PLLC at 919-833-1040.

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    Rice Family Law

    If you have an urgent matter, call for immediate attention. Rice Law, PLLC 401 Chestnut Street, Suite G PO Box 998 Wilmington, NC 28402 Telephone: (910) 762-3854 Facsimile: (910) 251-6346 Email: info@ricefamilylaw.com

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    Law Office of Wallace Francis

    In Family Law, knowledge is power. I understand the emotional and financial issues that surface during a child custody matter or divorce.  Many times an angry spouse will use the legal system to bully the other spouse. In situations like this, it is morally wrong not to defend yourself. Studies show that most family law […]

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    Patriot Law Group - Vermont

    If you believe your child’s mother or father is conducting a parental alienation campaign against you, you may have legal options. To learn more, contact the northern New England attorneys at Pollack Law Group, P.C. Call 800-934-7287 or contact us online for a free consultation.

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    Patriot Law Group - Maine

    If you need help with a divorce or family law matter, criminal defense, bankruptcy or personal injury lawsuit, call one of the experienced attorneys at Pollack Law Group, P.C. (PLG). We have more than a half-dozen convenient offices in New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont and our lawyers will do whatever it takes to ensure the best possible outcome in your case. Contact us online or call 800-934-7287 for a free consultation.

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    Salcido Law Firm

    If you find yourself involved in a custody dispute where the other spouse is disparaging you in front of the children or otherwise destroying your relationship with the kids, you need to fight back in an organized and intelligent manner. Having your own children turn on you can be devastating. You need to separate your emotion in order to be as effective as possible in your defense. We understand how important your parental rights may be in a divorce so we will be as effective as possible to help you win back the love and affection of your children as well as your much needed court ordered custody. Call us today for immediate help.

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    Law Offices of Kelly Peterson

    There are remedies to these difficult dynamics of parental alienation. What remedies to pursue depends on whether the alienation is intentional or unintentional, the age of the child and other factors. Some remedies include court-ordered conjoint therapy, parent-child reunification therapy, sanctioning the alienating parent in court, and possibly even a change in custody or visitation. In extreme cases, supervision of the alienating parent may be necessary.

    Family law attorney Kelly Peterson can help you defend your parental rights and deal with a parental alienation situation.