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Understanding Parental Alienation Syndrome

If you go through divorce, if you have at least one child with your former spouse, you may be worried about what this means to your future. While it may not be common, Parental Alienation Syndrome comes into play from time to time.

Parental Alienation Syndrome is a situation in which one parent exposes a child to behavior that puts down the other parent. Sometimes this is intentional. Sometimes this is something a parent does out of habit. Regardless of the reason for the behavior, it can go a long way in causing a child to have negative feelings about the other parent.

The parents who are talking poorly about their former spouse may not think they are doing anything wrong, however, this can have a long lasting impact on the child. Fortunately, many states, including Texas, have begun to consider the effects of Parental Alienation Syndrome.

If this is something that you are worried about during or following divorce, you need to understand your rights and what can be done.

Over the years, we have helped many parents deal with Parental Alienation Syndrome. You don’t have to sit back and let your former spouse speak poorly about you. The longer you let this go on the greater impact it will have on your relationship with your child.

If you want to learn more about Parental Alienation Syndrome, read about this topic on our website and blog. When the time comes for personal advice, you can reach out to us via email or telephone. Either way, we know what it takes to overcome this serious problem.

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