Glendora Grandparents’ Rights Attorney
The Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr. Fights for You & Your Loved Ones
As a grandparent, you may be wondering what visitation rights you have with your grandchildren. The custody and visitation rights of grandparents are a continually evolving area of the law that has no definite answers. However, California has recognized some grandparents’ rights, particularly if the grandparent had a relationship with the child prior to a divorce or some other event giving rise to the issue. If you are a grandparent seeking visitation, guardianship or even adoption, obtain legal assistance from a Certified Family Law & Divorce Specialist at the Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr.
With 25+ years of experience, our Glendora grandparents’ rights attorney can capably guide you throughout your situation. As a father and a grandfather himself, he understands the value and importance that you place on the safety and wellbeing of your family. Let our firm handle your case and work towards a solution that meets your needs and the needs of your grandchild.
Call (626) 587-2677 to learn more about your legal options in a free case evaluation.
Best Interests of the Child
In California, the courts will make a decision primarily based upon the relationship the grandparents have had with the grandchild.
Some of the factors considered include the following:
- Have the grandparents provided support?
- Have they tried to maintain a relationship with the grandchild?
- Has the child been spending a considerable amount of time with the grandparents?
The one standard that is the most important in the case is the best interests of the child. The court will always fall back on this standard in every case. Sometimes, the situation may be dire, such as if drugs, alcohol or abuse are involved. If the child is endangered or in an unstable environment, grandparents can seek guardianship over the child.
Grandparent Adoption in California
If the parent of the child is deceased or the parent of the child has been deemed unfit, adoption is a possibility. Generally, in grandparent adoptions, the process and homes studies move quickly.
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To discuss your grandparents’ rights case with an experienced Glendora grandchild visitation lawyer, please schedule a confidential consultation by calling us at (626) 587-2677. The Law Office of Charles J. Morris, Jr. is proud to have the experience and resources to pursue a favorable outcome on your behalf.