Grandparents’ Rights

At The Taylor Law Firm our commitment to protecting custody rights goes beyond representing parents. We also assist grandparents in making sure their rights are protected and that they can stay a part of their grandchild’s life.

The general rule in these cases is that custody is not normally granted to grandparents unless there is no longer an intact marriage between the parents or the child has been living with the grandparents for a period of time. During or after a divorce or a separation grandparents can take legal action to make sure they exercise their rights to remain involved in their grandchild’s life. The death of a parent or a divorce or separation between the grandchild’s parents are the two most common situations that lead to grandparents’ visitation rights being sought.

To learn more about your potential grandparents’ rights case call us at (814) 849-5880 to for a consultation to discuss your legal options.