In virtually every society and in every era, grandparents have traditionally played important roles in their grandchildren’s upbringing.
In many such circumstances, grandparents become long-term or permanent caregivers of their grandchildren. To facilitate the many tasks that grandparenting can entail, such as enrolling children in school or taking them to the doctor, these grandparents realize they need legal authorization.
In other cases, grandparents who have had strong psychological attachments with their grandchildren are cut off from them after a separation, divorce or death of an adult son or daughter. A grandmother or grandfather then turns to an attorney for clarification of visitation rights.
A dedicated family man and fourth-generation Warren County resident, his roots go deep in the community. He is well-aware of the importance extended families, including grandparents, play in children’s lives. He understands that grandparents sometimes need legal advice and help in order to meet the needs of grandsons and granddaughters they love and care for.
Are you a grandparent struggling with interference from parents after a divorce as they block your access to them? Are you looking for a way to provide a stable home for your grandchildren? Individual circumstances and family dynamics vary greatly. Individualized legal counsel can help you determine what is possible and what a family law judge is likely to consider in children’s best interests.
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