Often times when parent's split up the grandparents end up losing contact with their grandchildren. The laws governing grandparent's right to have visitation with their grandchildren are very narrow and are constantly undergoing change in the legislature and the Supreme Court. If you have questions or feel you are losing out on time with your grandchildren, give us a call. We will be happy to sit down with you and discuss your rights as a grandparent to see your grandchildren.
Grandparent's Custody Rights
Has your child left your grandchild in your care and taken off? Have you been raising your grandchild for a long period of time and now worry that one of the parents is going to show up one day and take the child? Maybe the parent is in prison or not capable of proper care for your grandchild? If you answered yes to any of these questions or feel that you may need to take over the full time parenting of your grandchild, you need to contact the The Griffin Firm. We have handled hundreds of grandparent custody cases and can lead you in the right direction. The laws governing a grandparent’s right to have custody of a grandchild has gone through extensive changes over the past decade. Both the Texas Supreme Court and the US Supreme Court have made recent rulings effecting grandparent's right to intervene in custody of their grandchildren. To know what your rights are, you must speak to an attorney who is experienced and well versed in this area of law. Contact The Griffin Firm to find out what your rights are.
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When you need someone to stand up and fight for your rights and interests, The Griffin Firm can help you. Contact our Keller, Texas divorce lawyers by calling 817-741-5323 to schedule a consultation. We are conveniently located to Fort Worth, Alliance, Southlake, Westlake, Colleyville, Trophy Club, Roanoke, Grapevine, North Richland Hills, and Watauga. Our attorneys practice in Tarrant, Denton and Wise counties.