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Grandparents’ Rights
Grandparents’ Rights

Although most battles for child timesharing (custody) arise between a mother and father, sometimes there are extenuating circumstances that may rule out both parents’ homes as a suitable environment for raising the children.These types of circumstances are often due to substance, alcohol, sexual, or mental abuse.

Fortunately for some of these children, the grandparents may be able to obtain temporary, if not permanent, parental responsibility.

At the Men’s Divorce Law Firm, we strongly believe that it is important for children to establish meaningful relationships with both parents, as well as grandparents and other extended relatives.

If you would like to learn more about the rights of grandparents and other relatives in relation to child timesharing, contact the Men’s Divorce Law Firm for a consultation.