Salinas Grandparents Rights Lawyer
Do grandparents have rights in California?
The California family law courts always favor the best interests of a child.
In cases where there have been custody issues between parents or if the
child’s parents are emotionally or physically unavailable, a grandparent
may petition the court for visitation rights to his or her grandchild
Do you have questions about your visititaiton rights as a grandparent?
Contact our firm today to discuss today.
You Have Visitation Rights
If you have a strong bond with your grandchild or children and wish to
seek visitation or custody rights, you may have a case. If you have been
denied visitation in the past or if the child’s family situation
has changed, it may be in your grandchild’s best interest to seek
a stable home environment that you may be able to provide.
A grandparent can request visitation if:
- The parents are living in separate houses, cities, or states
- When one or both parents are deceased
- The parent’s whereabouts are unknown
- The child does not live with his or her parents
- A stepparent has adopted the grandchild in question
Call (888) 315-0588 to Discuss Your Grandparents Rights in California
Though it is always in the best interest of the child to avoid time in
court, in cases where issues cannot be resolved through mediation, attorneys
from Lavorato & Scott are available to guide you through the legal
process. We can help you fill out and file court paperwork, serve the
documents on the parents, and represent your case in court.
Our lawyers offer compassionate and confidential legal advice as well as
aggressive support in the courtroom when you need it most. Changing family
structures can lead to delicate situations. Attorneys at our firm have
the experience needed to see your case to its end, and always have the
best interests of you and your grandchildren in mind.
Understand grandparents rights in CA by contacting Lavorato & Scott
today. We offer
free initial case evaluations.