Custodial interference is a huge problem that brings divorced couples back into Family Court all the time.
Some of the typical displays of custodial interference include a parent playing games with pickup or drop off times for scheduled visits, not allowing phone calls to or from the other parent, or visiting during the other parent’s time.
Proving interference is complicated, and requires good documentation of events that can show a pattern of conduct.
The judge may respond to this evidence by modifying a custody agreement, requiring family therapy or mediation, supervision by a neutral party, or even a transfer of custody away from the interfering parent.
These cases rarely wrap up quickly, so be prepared for the long haul, but the attorneys at Zelenitz, Shapiro & D’Agostino can help.
Call us today at 718-523-1111 and talk to an experienced Queens child custody lawyer.