Grandparents’ Rights And Access
So often, the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren is a very special one. However, when a divorce case turns messy, this can complicate that bond.
I am attorney Lester K. Reed, and I am here to make sure you, as a grandparent, you know your rights. I am also here to guide parents in handling a wide variety of situations involving their children’s grandparents.
Grandparents’ Legal Rights
The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled that grandparents have no constitutional right to see or visit grandchildren. However, this does not mean there are no options for grandparents when it comes to seeing their grandchildren.
It is possible to get a court order allowing visitation, as long as grandparents’ visitation is in the best interests of the child, and grandparents meet certain requirements allowing them to make a case for custody or visitation. This can be a very difficult process as it is generally seen in the best interest for parents to be managing conservators of their children.
It is imperative to hire an experienced grandparents’ rights lawyer to manage your case, as it can be a complex and delicate process. I have the background and understanding to handle your case with the utmost care and professionalism that you deserve.