Parental Alienation Lawyer Will Travel
Children are a parent's most precious commodity. They remain so during terrible arguments between the parents. They remain so when parents separate and divorce, and when parents embark upon life after divorce. So what happens when suddenly your son or daughter is afraid to be alone with you? If you are concerned that your parenting is being seriously undermined and you are in danger of losing your parent-child bond, we can help.
Based in the Detroit area (Ann Arbor), our law firm has won parental alienation actions and obtained custody about-faces that may seem like miracles to some. To us, it is simply good science and skilled legal counsel.
- What do you do if your beloved child who has been in your spouse's temporary custody is now telling authorities that you have abused him or her when you have done no such thing?
- What do you do if you are accused of domestic violence and your child is saying things that are untrue?
- What do you do if you have been accused of sexual abuse of a minor and you think your soon-to-be ex facilitated these accusations to gain the edge in a tough child custody dispute?
- What do you do if your spouse has been overmedicating your child for reasons that have nothing to do with his or her well-being?
Tenacious, Aggressive and Efficient
You obtain the best counsel you can find. And you don't find that in the Yellow Pages. Our law firm has extensive experience in tenaciously, efficiently and aggressively handling matters of parental alienation and other legal matters that may arise during the unfolding of such a case.
Our Trial Lead Knows Parental Alienation and the Law
Our lead attorney, Demosthenes Lorandos, is a trained psychologist and skilled trial lawyer. He is among a handful of lawyers across the nation who have successfully represented parents in parental alienation actions. He has edited a handbook called the International Handbook of Parental Alienation and regularly joins forces with other nationally recognized scholars and attorneys in this legal area.
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