Aggressive Long Island Attorneys for Parental Alienation Cases

Providing legal protection for your relationship with your children

When one parent tries to destroy his or her children's relationship with the other parent, it is known as parental alienation. Alienation can take many forms. One parent may use grandparents and other relatives to diminish the other parent in the children's eyes. Alienation may also include allegations of neglect, abuse or mental disorders.

After 18 years of family law practice, Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. is all too familiar with parental alienation and the tactics which have a devastating psychological impact on children. After an 11-day trial in 2005, we received a decision from a judge of the Supreme Court of New York, stating:

"A strong and important factor that must be considered in any custody determination is whether a parent is or may be attempting to alienate a child's affection for the other parent. Indeed it has been said that interference with the relationship between the child and the non-custodial parent is an act so inconsistent with the best interests of the child as to raise per se probability that the offending party is unfit to act as a custodial parent."

Salamone & Associates fights in court, using every legal means, including expert testimony from psychologists, to ensure that one parent's attempts at alienation do not destroy parental relationships or interfere with custody and visitation rights.

Protecting Long Island children from abusive behavior

We have seen parents inflict harm on their children by physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, neglect and dangerous activities/environments. We can help you get your child(ren) away from anything or anyone putting them in danger — even when that danger is their other parent.

In 2007, our firm prevailed in a high-profile case covered by numerous television stations, carried nationally by the Associated Press, and appearing in the pages of the New York Daily News, Newsday, New York Post and the New York Times. In this case, we represented a mother who fought courageously for the custody of her teenage daughter to prevent the father from inflicting harm on the girl. We successfully obtained safety and security for the girl and sole custody for the mother.

Contact a winning law firm for your most urgent child custody cases

Bryan L. Salamone & Associates, P.C. is well-known for aggressive representation in the toughest child custody cases. Contact us online for a free initial consultation with our skilled attorneys for your parental alienation case. If your case is urgent, do not email. Call us immediately at 631.424.3597.