The Williams Law Group, LLC Named a 2017 Law Firm 500 Honoree for Fastest Growing Law Firms in the United States
Over the past 4-years, our team at the Williams Law Group, LLC has been dedicated to providing excellence in customer service resulting in many happy clients. In doing so, our commitment and focus have taken us on a fabulous journey of growth – both personally and for our business.
We are pleased to announce that our law firm has been named a 2017 Law Firm 500 Honoree awarded to the fastest growing law firms in the US. It began earlier this year when we were nominated for our growth, operational excellence and commitment to client service.
Thank you so much to our loyal clients and partners who have supported us as we have grown. This honor is due in part to your clientage and integrity over the years.
Although we’ve grown, we’ve worked hard to maintain the specialized boutique law practice experience for our valuable clients who deserve knowledgeable attorneys and friendly support staff. We take pride in the fact that every client is given the personalized legal guidance and reassurance needed to face challenges such as child abuse allegations and custody battles.
To help provide our clients with top-notch service, we relocated our office to Short Hills, NJ. In addition to our growth and relocation, our owner and founding attorney, Allison C. Williams, Esq., was also selected as one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in New Jersey and as a member of the Nation’s Top One Percent by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel this year. This year has indeed been one of growth and achievement.
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Parental alienation can sneak up on you without you noticing. Unfortunately, once a child is alienated from his or her parent, intensive reunification therapy may be needed to rebuild the damaged relationship. For this reason, it’s important to be able to recognize the early signs of parental alienation before it’s too late.
When a child is alienated from his or her parent, the bond between them is damaged. The damage to that bond can skew the parent-child relationship. Typically, a child who is a victim of parental alienation might:
Be dependent on and enmeshed with the alienating parent (AP)
View AP as without fault
Ignore or reject alienated parent
Assume care taking role of AP
Cope poorly and show abnormal reality testing
Be anxious and fearful
Fear showing signs of love toward the alienated parent
As the alienation progresses, the child might display hostility toward or even refuse to have contact with the alienated parent. At this point, a child might also lie about the alienated parent and make false claims that could have dire consequences. A child’s word is taken seriously in child welfare cases, so it’s important to protect your child from parental alienation from the start.
The dependable divorce professionals at the Williams Law Group provide compassionate family law and divorce representation. We understand that for most people, divorce is much more than a major legal process. It's also a challenging time of transition that can negatively impact every area of life: emotional, psychological, domestic, parental, financial, physical health, social and more.