Grandparents' Rights Lawyer
When conflict such as divorce, tragedy, death or any custody issue changes the relationship among family members, grandparents are also among those affected. Consequently, the ability of grandparents to spend time with their grandchildren may change. While the state of Georgia values the relationship between grandparent and grandchild, grandparents' rights remain complicated. They are viewed on a case-by-case basis in family law. For this reason, it is wise to seek guidance from an experienced grandparents' rights lawyer if the relationship with your grandchildren has been affected by circumstances within your family.
Suppose the child of the grandparent loses visitation rights or dies. In another instance, imagine that a relative or stepparent adopts a child. In these cases, grandparents may seek visitation rights by filing an action or appeal. Without question, grandparents' rights are strengthened if a judge determines that the best interests of the child would be harmed without regular contact with the grandparents.
Though seemingly straightforward, grandparents' rights involving visitation or custody are complex, and they require active and diligent representation from a qualified grandparents' rights lawyer. Attorney Todd M. Boudreaux of Boudreaux Law Firm in Augusta has served the area for over 20 years with aggressive and compassionate representation. Are you a grandparent hoping to establish your rights? Contact Boudreaux Law Firm today.
Experienced and Committed Grandparents' Rights Lawyer in Augusta
Many grandchildren have a cherished relationship with their grandparents, as they are often a source of ongoing financial and emotional support. Thus, when divorce, death or other conflict affects their relationship, both suffer.
As an experienced and committed grandparents' rights lawyer, Todd M. Boudreaux is well versed in grandparents' rights in Georgia. Mr. Boudreaux understands that when family dynamics change, establishing the grandparents' rights to be with their grandchildren is a source of comfort, particularly when the relationship is a close one.
Even so, attorney Todd M. Boudreaux also realizes that the court does not have a presumption in favor of grandparent visitation, and there are stipulations as to when grandparents can file petitions. Without a doubt, the quality of your case depends on the active and focused attention of a trusted grandparents' right lawyer. To schedule a free and private consultation, contact the Boudreaux Law Firm today.