Learn Your Rights
Many grandparents are not aware that in certain situations they can receive court-ordered visitation of their grandchildren. In more extreme cases, grandparents may even be able to obtain custody of their grandchildren if the parents are deemed unfit. The laws governing these rights are very specific and the application of the laws can be very complicated. However, if you want to see your grandchild and you aren't being given the opportunity to do so, a legal intervention may be necessary.
At Blake and Detchemendy Law Firm, we will meet with you to determine if you have legal remedies available to help you as grandparents. We will discuss, in depth, the circumstances that have brought you to this point, and develop a plan to move forward for the benefit of your grandchildren.
We understand that you want to do what is right for your grandchildren, and we also know that these cases are complicated by family relationships and unexpected life changes. Our goal is to help you explain to a judge why it is important that you take a more active role in your grandchildren's lives.
If you believe that your grandchildren would benefit from you taking a more active role in their lives, it is important that you pursue the appropriate legal steps. We will schedule an initial consultation when you call us today at 706-724- 7514.