What Rights Do Grandparents Have After Divorce?

If you are a grandparent seeking increased access to your grandchild in Frisco or another community in North Texas, the skilled assistance of an experienced family law attorney can bring you closer to your goal.

The grandparent adoption, custody and visitation lawyers at Warmbrodt, Winslow & Associates have extensive experience in all family law matters.

Our compassionate family law attorneys have more than 35 years of combined experience and a recognized reputation for results that can benefit you. Throughout the grandparent access legal process, we listen carefully to your wishes regarding grandchild custody and visitation, primary custody, adoption and foster care; stay available to any sudden questions or concerns you might have; and provide efficient, customized representation tailored to your unique needs.

Grandparents in Texas may file an independent petition for grandparent access and be in a position to obtain visitation rights by demonstrating that denial of that access would interfere with a child's well-being. If these rights are granted, and when a minor child has lived with the grandparent for at least six months of the two previous years, the court may consider awarding custody to the grandparent if it is in "the best interests of the child."

Loving, selfless grandparents across the state should know that the law is on your side — and so are we. Contact the Frisco grandparent rights attorneys of Warmbrodt, Winslow & Associates today to arrange a free 30-minute initial consultation. Call toll free — 800-611-2638. Your email receives our prompt attention.

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