In some situations, grandparents may have special legal rights with regard to their grandchildren. A close examination of the facts of your case can help a Frisco grandparents' rights attorney efficiently evaluate your case and make recommendations such as the following:
- As a grandparent, you may be able to obtain visitation with your grandchildren by way of your child's custody and visitation rights. Is your son or daughter in the military, and you desire to care for your grandchildren during time that would ordinarily be your own child's visitation time?
- Are both parents unable to raise their children — your grandchildren — safely? Perhaps there are drugs or alcohol in the picture — or perhaps the mother of your grandchildren has a new boyfriend who is a convicted sex offender. Perhaps your son, the father of the children, is far away and uninvolved in the children's lives, but the mother is putting roadblocks in your way as you attempt to help your grandchildren.
Whatever your circumstances or goals, The Rachel Firm urges you to talk to an attorney. Located in Plano, the law firm reaches out to clients in many Texas communities throughout the area, including Frisco, Allen and McKinney.
There may be straightforward answers that you had not thought about. Experienced Collin County grandparents' custody lawyer Megan Rachel is compassionate, thorough and resourceful. She leads the attorneys at The Rachel Firm, all of whom pledge to listen carefully to your concerns and diligently seek the most promising path to what you and your grandchildren need most: greater security in your relationship.
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