In certain circumstances, grandparents may have custody or visitation rights in regards to their grandchildren. This is especially true in situations where there is a pending divorce, dissolution, legal separation, annulment, or other custody matter currently pending before a court. Grandparents may also be able to establish visitation with grandchildren if their child is deceased and they are cut off from the grandchildren. The family law attorneys at Barney DeBrosse, LLC, have experience in representing grandparents in numerous custody and visitation cases.
Every family and every case is different, so it’s important to meet with an attorney and discuss the unique facts and circumstances of your case and learn about your rights. We pride ourselves on our work in uniting families and protecting children, so we are well aware that there are many situations in which children may be better off temporarily or permanently with their grandparents.
Call us today to schedule your initial consultation.