As you begin your divorce, you may have a lot of concerns about child custody. One of your worries may be about the other parent turning your children against you. If your spouse disparages you and attempts to break your bond with your children, you may be dealing with a case of parental alienation syndrome.
Children deserve to have ongoing and close relationships with both parents, as long as there is no neglect or abuse. If you think your spouse may be trying to alienate you from your children, you may be able to use it to get more custody. Here are a few warning signs that parental alienation is taking place during your custody dispute.