At Cooper Hughes, we understand that not only the parents of a child are impacted by the ending of a marriage or relationship. We know as a grandparent, your primary concerns are the well-being of your grandchild, and all you want to do is fight for the opportunity to give as much love, care and support as possible.
Grandparent rights frequently come about when a couple divorces or when, tragically, one parent dies. As a grandparent, you may have grounds to secure visitation or scheduled contact (such as phone calls and emails). However, grandparent rights may also arise if a parent is absent, goes to jail or is otherwise incapacitated. Contact Cooper Hughes to determine what rights you have as a grandparent and what options are available to you.