Parental Alienation Lawyer in Orlando
Helping Fathers Take Legal Action to Remain an Active Presence in Their Child’s Life
The U.S. Supreme Court has said that the custody, care, and nurture of a child are fundamental parental rights. The state of Florida has said that frequent and regular contact with each parent is necessary and, in the child’s, best interests.
You have a court-sanctioned agreement that says when you have custody, it’s your time with the children. And yet, the other parent has managed to prevent that from happening. Sometimes your rights will not be respected until you enforce them, and our attorney can help you do just that.
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Nix Law, P.A. has helped many clients address this much too common problem. Interference with visitation and parental alienation are behaviors that are not only irresponsible and reprehensible, but illegal as well. Neither parent can legally interfere with court-sanctioned agreements for any reason, including failure to pay child support.
When your time with the children is repeatedly disrespected, Attorney Mikaela Nix can help you file for enforcement in central Florida, including Seminole County, Osceola County, or Volusia County.
The court may:
- Award "make-up" time
- Fine the offending parent
- Order community service
- Order a change in the parenting plan
What Is Parental Alienation?
Parental alienation is the systematic emotional and/or physical estrangement of a child from his or her parent by the other parent. One parent may exclude the target parent by failing to inform him or her of important events in the child's life — educational, social, and religious functions, for example. He or she may make negative moral judgments about the target parent's values, lifestyle, choice of friends, career, or financial or relational successes or failures in life. He or she may chronically fail to respect time-sharing or visitation rights.
When one parent nurtures an antagonistic view of the child's other parent, he or she is engaging in a form of parental alienation. In extreme cases, your child may begin to avoid spending time with you or parrot the antagonistic opinions.
Don’t Wait for the Situation to Get Better! Call Our Attorney Today.
Most parents faced with parental alienation in a custody dispute or following a divorce don't know what to do about it. They try to wait it out and hope that it will change in time. In most cases, the situation only deteriorates over time. Our Orlando parental alienation lawyer at Nix Law, P.A. can help you pursue a remedy that is in your child’s best interests.
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I really don’t know where I would be without her.- Jeremy T.
Mrs. Nix was always calm, confident, and extremely strategic with her approach to the ups and downs of our case.- Jarrel M.