Enforcement of Parenting Plan

Get Help With Your Custody Enforcement Case Today

A divorce or separation can be emotionally devastating, especially when children are involved. Some parents are capable of acting in their children’s best interest and other choose to use their children as weapons to hurt the opposite spouse. If you are currently in a custody battle and feel that your ex is not allowing you to see your child, contact family law attorneys DeRiso & DeRiso today for help.

Get Help With Your Custody Enforcement Case Today

A divorce or separation can be emotionally devastating, especially when children are involved. Some parents are capable of acting in their children’s best interest and other choose to use their children as weapons to hurt the opposite spouse. If you are currently in a custody battle and feel that your ex is not allowing you to see your child, contact family law attorneys DeRiso & DeRiso today for help.

Is My Custody Being Denied?

There are many ways a parent may use a child as a weapon to hurt the other parent and deny that parent custody. The parent may:

  • Withhold visitation
  • Brainwash the child
  • Excuses about why the child cannot visit with the other parent
  • Encourage the child to lie or talk negatively about the other parent
  • Show up late to bring the child to the parent
  • Threaten to take the child from the other parent

How Can An Attorney Help Me?

No parent should ever have to see their child used as a weapon against them. If one parent is denying custody or visitation to the other, an attorney can help bring it to the court’s attention and use those actions to prove that the parent is not capable of acting in the child’s best interests. You could win custody or visitation rights based on the other parent’s actions.

Your Custody Can Be Enforced With The Help Of An Attorney

If you are currently going through a divorce or custody battle and are fighting to see your child, talk to attorneys DeRiso & DeRiso for help. A parent has no right to use a child as a weapon against another parent, but unfortunately, it happens all too often. Let an experienced child custody attorney help you. Call (412) 452-9712 today.