Grandparents can play a significant role in the lives of their grandchildren. Some see their grandchildren on a frequent basis, while others may only see them during the holiday season. In either case, many of us have fond memories of joyful times with our grandparents.
Unfortunately, when a divorce in the family occurs, grandparents often lose their ability to see their grandchildren, despite the positive impact grandparents make. There is no common law right to grandparent visitation; however, there are certain circumstances which the grandparents can petition the court for visitation rights if necessary.
Our Attorneys at Smith & Smith are committed to helping you obtain rights to visit your grandchildren. We can thoroughly review your case and determine all of your legal options in order to get the results you desire.
The opportunity to spend time with your grandchildren is precious and should not be unreasonably denied. If you are seeking visitation rights or if you were denied the chance to visit your grandchildren, do not hesitate to Contact us today and let our Attorneys protect your rights immediately.