Upholding Grandparents’ Rights
Pennsylvania family court allows grandparents to seek custody or visitation with grandchildren in certain circumstances. Even when grandparents have legal standing to seek these rights, grandparents’ rights cases can be extremely challenging. It is best to work with experienced child custody attorneys who can argue for your rights.
You can rely on the experience and skill of the grandparents’ rights lawyers at Beroes Law Center in Pittsburgh. We have more than 50 years of combined legal experience and have worked on thousands of custody cases throughout our careers, including complex cases before the Superior Court and Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. We understand the unique nature of grandparents’ rights cases and will work to protect your relationship with your grandchildren.
If you are interested in pursuing visitation or custody rights, please call 412-621-6811 to schedule a free consultation and discuss your options.
You Deserve A Place In Your Grandchild’s Life
Many grandparents in Pennsylvania are the primary caregivers for their grandchildren. If it is in the best interest of the child, grandparents can seek custody and visitation rights.
These cases are fairly common in families facing issues such as:
- Absent parents
- Unfit parents
- Parents who are very young and unable to care for the child
- Deceased parents
- Incarcerated parents
In these situations, concern for the welfare of the child may be the primary reason for grandparents seeking custody.
When parents are not married and refuse to let grandparents see a child, the court may consider granting visitation to grandparents. Typically, the grandparents would have an existing relationship with the child that provides emotional benefits that the child needs.
Please speak with us about your family circumstances to learn how grandparents’ rights may apply to you.
Contact Us For Assertive Representation
We represent clients throughout Allegheny County and the surrounding area. Please call 412-621-6811 to schedule a free consultation, or contact us online. We understand the importance of grandparents’ relationships with their grandchildren and will do everything we can to protect your rights.