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Dallas Grandparents Rights Lawyer

Dallas and Plano Visitation Agreement Lawyer

Grandparents are the link to priceless family traditions and wisdom, and can play a critical role in the life of their grandchildren. However, in the state of Texas, it can be difficult for grandparents to gain legal visitation rights.

If you have questions about grandparents' rights, contact us online or call 972-744-0445 for a free initial consultation. We analyze your unique situation and determine the best way to pursue access to your grandchildren.

When Divorce Affects the Grandparent/Grandchild Relationship

Divorces are common and affect many grandparent/grandchild relationships. When one parent has custody of a child, grandparents may lose time with their grandchild.

Our attorneys understand how important your grandchildren are to you and will work hard to help you establish and maintain your visitation rights.

Do Grandparents Have Rights?

As a grandparent, you do not automatically have rights to see your grandchildren. However, if your own child is not available to parent, you can petition for grandparent rights. Additionally, if you are being denied access to your grandchildren, we may be able to show that you should be granted visitation.

Contact an Experienced Family Law Attorney

At The Wortham Law Firm, we know that choosing a lawyer for such an important matter is not an easy task. That's why we give every client the opportunity to personally get to know us during a free initial consultation. When you hire The Wortham Law Firm, you will receive personal, responsive service from a skilled family law attorney with more than 25 years of experience.

Contact us if you are a grandparent attempting to gain legal rights to your grandchildren. Call our law firm at 972-744-0445 or contact us through our online form. We are focused on saving you time, money and future problems.