Grandparents may Have Custodial Rights to Grandchildren
In some circumstances, grandparents seek custody or visitation of their grandchildren. The custody statute allows grandparents to file for custody under circumstances such as where a parent is neglectful or abusive or where the child has resided with the grandparent for an extended period of time. If you are a grandparent seeking custody of your grandchild, we can assist in fighting for our rights and for the best interest of your grandchild. If you are a parent, and a grandparent is seeking custody for the wrong reasons, or under circumstances that are not permitted by the statute, we can assist you in maintaining custody of your child.