Although grandparents have limited rights, if it is in the best interest of the child, they may be able to obtain visitation. In situations where the child is in an unhealthy environment, grandparents may even be interested in seeking custody of the child. The Lincoln Law Firm, PLLC understands grandparents have many concerns about their relationships with their grandchildren. If you have questions about grandparents' rights, you can feel confident choosing our firm.
To learn how a lawyer can help with your grandparents' rights issues, please call The Lincoln Law Firm, PLLC at 832-478-6750 to schedule your consultation. You may also fill out a contact form and someone from our firm will be in touch with you soon.
Grandparents usually seek court-ordered visitation when they have already established a solid relationship with the grandchildren. It must be proved that it is in the best interest of the child to continue the relationship. If the grandparents have always been denied contact with the grandchild, it may be difficult to prove that developing a relationship is in the best interest of the child. Attorney Christine Lincoln can assess your unique situation and advise you of your options.
Are you concerned about the care your grandchild is receiving? If the child is in immediate danger because of drug use, alcohol abuse or physical abuse, you may want to take steps to seek custody of the child. The Lincoln Law Firm, PLLC can guide you through this process and strive to reach a court order that protects the best interests of your grandchild.
An amicus attorney will be appointed to represent the child. This attorney represents the best interest of the child and makes recommendations to the court on behalf of the child. Whenever possible, child testimony is discouraged.
To learn more about grandparents' rights, contact our firm to schedule your consultation.
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