Pennsylvania Parental Alienation Lawyers
Pennsylvania wasn’t always the easiest place to argue parental alienation. However, the 2015 case of W.C.F. v. M.G., 115 A.3d 323 (Pa. Super. 2015) recognizes that parental alienation is a serious issues and when proven, can be a basis to change custody. In addition, the court is not required to give weighted consideration to the other parent’s historical role as the child’s primary caretaker when considering the statutory factors to determine which parent should get custody. This is huge because the alienating parent often has an advantage of being the primary caretaker for so long.
Of course, W.C.F. does not make things easy, just easier. You still need a good plan and an aggressive attorney to fight your case. Each judge is different and you never know who is going to decide your case. You always have to assume that you have a uphill battle. Prove everything five different ways if you can.
If you are the victim of parental alienation in Pennsylvania, call our team of tough, smart attorneys at 1-855-9-JEFLAW to discuss your case. Or you can visit our parental alienation website at http://fightparentalalienation.com