Grandparents often are cut off when there is a divorce or when a parent dies. In these circumstances, however, grandparent visitation, or in some cases guardianship, may be in the children’s best interests.
Grandparents who have been denied access to their grandchildren and who have established a strong bond with their grandchildren may be entitled to visitation rights. This is a developing area of the law. You will need to have an attorney advocate for you in order to persuade the court that you have rights.
We have successfully represented grandparents seeking visitation or guardianship. Our attorneys have more than 25 years of combined legal experience dealing with visitation rights. We can give you the information you need to decide if you have a case. We can guide you through the legal process.
Strong Advocates For Grandparent Guardianship
The need for grandparent involvement in caring for grandchildren is becoming more prevalent. An increasing number of parents are unable or unavailable to care for their children. Through an order of guardianship, grandparents receive the legal right to make health care decisions, add the children to their health insurance coverage, interact with the child’s school, and make other decisions usually reserved for parents.
We will work diligently to help you obtain the legal rights you need to properly care for your grandchild or grandchildren.
If you have any questions about your case call us now at (801)303-5800 or email us at email@example.com. Feel free to set up an appointment so that you understand your legal issues better. For our records, when you call in please mention the code 15-T so we can schedule a free 30-minute consultation for you.
Jon HammondGrandparent Visitation Rights – Christensen Law