Grandparent's Rights Lawyer
Florence, Boone County, KY | Covington, Kenton County, KY
You do not have to go to court alone. Let me help you. I am a fighter!
I have heard that grandparents have no right to visitation?
This is a popular misconception based on a well-publicized court case, which struck down state laws that automatically gave grandparents rights. You have to go to court to establish your rights. The more involved a grandparent is in their grandchild's life, the more likely the grandparent will be able to have some rights established by the court. You need to act quickly. You do not want a natural parent to threaten to or actually cut you off completely from any contact with your grandchild. You should speak to a lawyer as soon as this becomes a concern. An attorney may be able help the extended family reach an enforceable agreement before their relationship deteriorates beyond the point of compromise. Acting quickly will also give you your best chance to establish some legal rights in court, despite the objection of the natural parent(s). If this issue is important to you, then you need the right lawyer to best prepare your case for a contested hearing. You are entitled to your day in court.