If a parent believes that their ex-partner is engaging in parental alienation, they can bring the issue to the attention of the court and ask for a resolution.
The court will consider the evidence and may take steps to address the issue, such as ordering parenting time with the child, counseling for the child or the alienating parent, or even changing the custody arrangement.
It is important to keep in mind that the court's primary concern is the best interests of the child.
In cases of alleged parental alienation, the court will consider the child's relationship with both parents, the child's well-being and safety, and any other relevant factors.
If the court determines that parental alienation is taking place, it may take steps to protect the child and preserve the relationship with the targeted parent.