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Denton Grandparent's Rights Lawyer
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Grandparents often have special relationships with their grandchildren which should be cherished and protected. Unfortunately, divorce, alimony, child support, or child custody disputes can threaten that caring relationship and even bring it to a halt. If your relationship with your grandchild has been severed or threatened by one of the child's parents keeping you away, you may be able to request rights of visitation. At Goline & Roland Law Firm, our Denton grandparents' rights attorneys are committed to preserving the caring relationship you have built with your grandchild.
When Grandparents Can Request Visitation Rights
Visitation rights can be granted to grandparents in certain instances when it can be proven that the denial of visitation would be detrimental to the child's wellbeing. When granted, the grandparent would then be allowed to spend time with their grandchild following an agreed-upon schedule. During the time we have been in practice, we have helped grandparents request rights to visitation under special circumstances.
A few examples of circumstances where a grandparent can seek visitation or custody include:
- If the parents are deemed unfit to raise the children or are incarcerated
- If the parents have both passed away
- If the child is in an unfit situation
- If the parents divorced and won't let the grandchild see the grandparent
Hire a Grandparents' Rights Lawyer in Denton Today
At Goline & Roland Law Firm, we know that the court works to make a decision in the best interests of the child. This is why we are focused on presenting an argument which illustrates why visitation is in your best interests as well as your grandchild's.
We look into every possible legal avenue to pursue your goals. When you choose our firm to handle your case, you can count on us to provide you with personalized and attentive care. Our firm is here to offer you the advocacy you need to maintain your rights.