The relationship between a grandchild and a grandparent is an important one. Grandparent rights are not always protected when the child’s parents divorce or separate.
If you are a grandparent who is seeking visitation or child custody rights, please speak to a grandparent rights attorney from our firm to learn about your options. Contact us today or fill out an evaluation online schedule a free consultation.
There are several reasons why grandparents may seek child custody rights:
- If the child’s parents have substance abuse problems
- If the child’s parents are unable to provide childcare
- If the child lives with the grandparents
If you are a grandparent who believes it is in your grandchild’s best interests to seek child custody rights, we urge you to contact our law office to speak to an attorney. We can help you understand your options to protect your relationship with your grandchildren.
When parents deny grandparents access to their grandchildren, what options do grandparents have? Grandparents may go to court to seek visitation rights under certain, very limited circumstances. It is advisable to speak to a lawyer about your specific situation if you are seeking time with your grandchild.