Child Custody: Harassment by Non-Custodial Parents Attorney in Baltimore, MD
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Child Custody: Harassment by Non-Custodial Parents Overview
Family Lawyer in Baltimore, MD
Like it or not, when it comes to kids and divorce, it's not easy for anyone. There are times when the parent with primary custody has major issues with the other parent, including harassment. This harassment could be excessive texting, Face book stalking, physical stalking and others. Keep reading to learn what you can do about it.
Why Hire James Crawford & Associates for Your Child Custody Case?
We are attorneys representing people in Baltimore and throughout Maryland who have ongoing child custody and visitation matters, like harassment by noncustodial parents after they've already been divorced or separated. Give us a call at 443-701-4525 or send us an email today for a free consultation.
What Are My Rights?
In child custody, harassment by non-custodial parents is a real problem. As the parent with primary custody (the "custodial parent"), you have the right not to be harassed or threatened by the noncustodial parent.
Here are a few common situations custodial parents face:
- Workplace harassment. You have a right not to be harassed at work (as well as at home or anywhere else). If the noncustodial parent shows up at work with demands, this can affect your duties as an employee and your relationship with your boss. Depending on the situation, you could even risk losing your job.
- False allegations. Harassment is often accompanied by false allegations or threats involving your children, such as the threat that your child will be taken into child protective services if you don't honor the noncustodial parent's demands.
- Online and offline stalking. You could receive dozens of text messages or more from your ex-spouse or ex-partner, or posts on Face book and other social networking sites, demanding visitation or other things related to your children. In some cases, this online stalking boils over into physical stalking.
You don't have to put up with this. Your only obligation is to honor the terms of the divorce decree set forth in the parenting plan, nothing less and nothing more.
Contact Our Baltimore, MD Family Law Firm
Seek the help of an attorney for a court order against harassment by noncustodial parents. You can reach us at 443-701-4525. You may also contact us online. We offer free consultations for all prospective clients.
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Areas of Practice
- Child Custody
- Family Law
- English (Primary)
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