Protecting The Rights Of Mothers And Fathers

When parents divorce, or when unmarried parents separate, children are best served when both parents maintain a meaningful role in their lives. Absent factors such as abuse or neglect, this is almost always the case.

Unfortunately, many parents go into a custody dispute with the mindset of winning, and the other parent losing the legal battle. Such a point of view is destructive on many levels. Most importantly, it threatens the parent-child relationship and therefore is not in the best interests of the child — the guiding principle in these legal issues.

At the Law Office of Donald S. Eisenberg, we are passionate advocates for mother's rights and father's rights in matters relating to custody, parenting plans and other important legal matters that affect children.

We are here to help you maintain and strengthen your role in your child's life, no matter how contentious your divorce or other disputes with the child's other parent have become. With law offices in Long Beach, our lawyers handle a broad range of family law matters for clients in Orange County, Los Angeles County and throughout surrounding areas in California.

Parental Alienation

One of the most destructive threats to a mother's or father's rights is parental alienation — the practice of one parent manipulating a child into showing fear, disrespect and other unwarranted negative feelings toward the other parent. In the heat of a contentious child custody dispute, parental alienation and other unscrupulous tactics can turn an already stressful situation into a devastating crisis.

Our attorneys are well-versed in the warning signs of parental alienation and aggressively work to protect our clients, and their children, from such actions. As experienced negotiators educated in mental health issues, we know how to guide parents to amicable resolutions that limit the possibility of parental alienation and other cruel and destructive tactics from occurring.

Contact Us For The Experienced Guidance You Need

Our attorneys can guide you through the legal process while protecting your parental rights. To learn more, please contact our law offices online or by telephone at 562-546-5527.