During divorce, California parents are naturally concerned with the future well-being and stability of their children. The two parents often have differing opinions about what that means and how to make custody work, and sometimes, these disagreements do not stop simply because a divorce is final. Parental complications involving the children can continue for months, even years, after a divorce is final.
In some cases, custody and visitation disputes can give way to serious issues, including interference with your rightful custody time. This is the attempt of one parent to disrupt and negatively impact the child's relationship with the other parent. If you suspect the other parent is trying to alienate you, it is beneficial to take immediate action to fight back.