Grandparent's Visitation Rights
The Law Office of Joyce M. Holcomb in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties handles family law cases every day and will help you fight for your rights as a Grandparent. These cases can be complicated, so hiring an attorney to assist on your behalf is crucial to the judgment you deserve in your case.
In many family law cases, the judge decides the custody and visitation schedules for both parents. It is then up to the parents to determine how much time the children will spend with their grandparents. While this arrangement usually works well, there are times when grandparents have hired a lawyer to fight for rights to their grandchildren.
The court recognizes that children benefit from having extended family and grandparents as a vital part of their lives. If you are fighting for Grandparent’s Rights, you need a lawyer who understand the law and fairly represent you. Your attorney will present evidence to the judge that explains why it would be in the children’s best interest to have more contact with their grandparents.
Grandparents often have to care for children if the parents are unable. These cases may be difficult, and you will need the help and guidance of attorneys who are experienced in these matters. Bring any supporting documentation and names of witnesses to your attorney in our office. This will give you the best chance of a favorable outcome.
The Law Office of Joyce Holcomb is one of San Bernardino’s top legal firms. We will fight for your rights in family court. Call 909-889-7111 for a free consultation today.Joyce Holcomb
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