Wheaton Family Lawyer

Divorce is a very difficult process to go through. With tensions high and emotions raw, it is not entirely uncommon for people to act in ways they would not regularly act in. Sometimes, to “get back” at the other parent, a parent may try to turn his or her child against the other parent. Aside from being morally wrong, parental alienation can be extremely damaging for children, leaving emotional and psychological scars that can last a lifetime. If you are getting a divorce in Illinois and believe your soon-to-be ex-spouse is engaging in attempting to alienate your child from you, discuss these serious concerns with your attorney.

With over 110 years of combined legal experience, the skilled team of attorneys at The Stogsdill Law Firm, P.C. is highly aware of the many forms of parental alienation and how this type of wrongful conduct can rear its ugly head during divorce proceedings. If you have concerns regarding parental alienation, our trusted team of legal professionals is ready and willing to help.