Part One: Parents do not support their child’s relationship with the other parent by:
making the child feel as if the child must choose between them or “take sides.”
failing to show respect for the other parent.
questioning the child about the other parent’s activities or relationships.
making negative remarks about the other parent or the other parent’s family, or allowing others to do so, when the child can hear them.
allowing the child to decide whether to go with the other parent for the scheduled parenting time.
discussing what led to the parents’ separation with the child or with others when the child can over-hear.
inappropriately using or requesting supervised parenting time.
failing to allow an infant or a child of any age to develop a relationship with the other parent.
inappropriately preventing or restricting the child’s contact with the other parent.
posting inappropriate photos, videos, and comments about the other parent or the other parent’s family on social media.
sharing information or documents with the child about the parents’ legal, financial, or other disagreements, including child support or what is going on in court.