Denver Grandparents' Rights Attorney
Call (303) 225-3343 for a Free Consultation
As a grandparent, your relationship with your grandchildren is sacred. Sadly, when a divorce or legal separation occurs, it can be emotionally straining on all members of the family and not just the parents. The law recognizes the importance of grandparents being able to see their grandchildren and so does our Denver family law attorney at Denver Family Lawyers. If your relationship with your grandchildren has been affected or you are being forbidden from seeing your grandchildren as a result of a change in the parents' relationship, we can help.
Reach out to our firm now at (303) 225-3343 or contact us online if you would like to discuss your case.
What Rights Do I Have as a Grandparent?
Seeing your child going through a divorce or battling over custody with the other parent of your grandchild can be stressful. As a grandparent, you can petition for visitation rights (or custody) under special circumstances. Our firm's top priority is to help you gather the necessary evidence to show that it is in the child's best interests to maintain their relationship and visitation time with you.
You may petition for visitation rights if:
- The parents are legally separated
- The parents are going through a child custody dispute
- The parents are not married
- The parents are living apart
- The child is not living with the parents
- One parent supports the petition
- One of the parents has passed away
Hire an Aggressive Family Law Attorney
If you are wishing to seek custody of your grandchild, you can rely on us to represent you and illustrate the importance of maintaining contact. There are a number of reasons why custody may be granted to a grandparent, such as if there is a proven substance abuse problem or child abuse in one of the parental homes. If their parents are no longer able to raise their children and you would like to step in, our firm can help you.
To set up a free case evaluation with a Denver grandparents' rights lawyer, contact us today.