Schedule a Parental Alienation Assessment
As a devoted and loving parent, there is nothing as heartbreaking as when a child expresses an unreasonably strong dislike towards you or rejects you.
The Law Firm of Charles D. Jamieson has developed a unique legal parental alienation assessment which is of great value to prospective clients in Florida or elsewhere who are experiencing parental alienation or who are falsely accused of parental alienation during a divorce or some other legal action. We believe this initial meeting with an attorney regarding your parental alienation concerns may be one of the most important meetings you will ever have with an attorney. Instead of the traditional “consultation” (which is an option you may still choose), in a parental alienation assessment with our firm, the following will occur:
- You will meet with an attorney who will conduct an assessment of your unique situation and answer all of your questions;
- We will gather the history of your situation, review documents, and suggest areas to explore;
- Review Florida laws and cases that apply to your unique factual situation;
- Discuss various ways you can protect yourself and your children from parental alienation;
- We help define and then focus on your most important concerns and needs. We help you develop unique approaches to achieve your goals and to meet your needs and interests;
- We advise you regarding all of your legal options — from handling the case yourself to attending mediation, to preparing for and conducting a full-blown trial;
- We provide you with additional reading material that you can take home and review at your leisure;
- We develop an initial legal strategy for how to move forward with your case and how to protect yourself and your children legally;
- We provide you with an audio recording of the legal advice given to you during the assessment; and
- We also provide information about how to choose an attorney.
This session is an opportunity (without further obligation) to hire this firm, so that you can learn how our firm operates and for us to learn about you and your case. We can each decide whether it would be appropriate and beneficial for us to work with you on your divorce or family law case. That decision can be made after careful thought on both sides.