GRANDPARENTS’ RIGHTS IN SCOTTSDALE, AZ

Child custody can involve the grandparents of a child or children. High Desert Family Law Group understand this and is ready to help.

Courts know the importance of a relationship between  child or children and their grandparents. As long as legal considerations are satisfied, the court will look at several factors regarding visitation from grandparents and whether it is in the best interests of a child or children.

At a minimum the court will insist on the following before proceeding:

  • The parents of the child or children are divorced.
  • One of the parents is no longer alive.
  • The child or children may have been born out of wedlock.

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HOW WE CAN HELP PROTECT THE GRANDPARENTS’ RIGHTS

Once a petition is filed, the court will consider the historical relationship between the grandparent and child, as well as why the grandparents want visitation and why a parent may wish to deny it. The court will also consider how this will work into the “balance” of the life of the child or children. Visitation may be limited so an attorney can help so the rights of a grandparent can be fully maximized.

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