grandparents

The court may grant a grandparent visitation rights if it determines that such an order is in a child’s best interests. These type of cases can be difficult, as parents’ rights are superior to grandparents’ rights.  Additionally, there may be legal financial responsibilities imposed on a grandparent who is seeking to have visitation with a grandchild.  Sometimes, a guardianship action is more appropriate than a true grandparent’s rights case.

Grandparents need a dedicated legal professional to explain all of the qualifications that must be met, as well as the potential ramifications of asserting grandparental visitation rights or pursuing a temporary or permanent guardianship.  At the Law Office of Cameron M. Fernandez, we have the dedication, patience and wisdom to guide our grandparent clients through what can otherwise be a very difficult and costly procedure.