Grandparent’s Rights

In a recent custody case, we were able to secure rights of partial physical custody for a fine, upstanding set of Grandparents who have not seen their grandchildren in months. It is alleged that the mother is alienating the children from the one side of the family and this should not be tolerated by our courts and judges. Parents and Grandparents should be allowed to have custodial rights based upon a certain set of factors that comply with our Grandparent custody and visitation statute and that legally can provide the grandparents with the proper standing to be able to bring an action in court so that they may see their grandchildren. We will work tirelessly for your rights as grandparents and parents to secure you a custodial schedule of visits depnding upon your unique set of circumstances.

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