The relationship between a grandparent and grandchild is invaluable to the growth and development of the child. Unfortunately, a divorce can make a grandparent's rights to visitation evaporate. Contact our skilled lawyers to discuss rights that you may have as a grandparent.
At The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., we take pride in learning as much as possible about our clients, their goals and their motivations. With this thorough understanding, we can provide the personal service and effective case strategy that you deserve. Unfortunately, grandparents' rights in Texas are difficult to obtain when parents are providing the care and attention a child needs.
Denton County Grandparent Visitation Rights Lawyer
In many situations, however, the grandparent is looked to for help when the child is fighting through a challenging situation, including the following circumstances:
- Parents have been arrested
- Parents are in prison
- Child Protective Services (CPS) involvement
- Child is exposed to alcohol or drug use
When confronted with this type of situation, the courts will seriously consider allowing the grandparents to step in and take over. The health and welfare of the child is paramount. If you are a grandparent, and you know — or have evidence — that your grandchild is growing up in a destructive environment, contact an attorney at our offices immediately.
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If you have questions regarding grandparents' rights, contact The Jimenez Law Firm, P.C., by calling or by completing the contact form on this website. We offer free initial consultations in English and Spanish and accept most major credit cards for the payment of services.