Mediation for Grandparents’ Rights in Orange County
Helping Grandparents Secure Visitation Rights Out of Court
Divorces can be extremely stressful and difficult times for immediate family members, but members of an extended family can also feel the pressure and effects of a divorce. This can include grandparents who may find that their rights to visitation with their grandchildren unreasonably revoked. California law has created a provision in which grandparents may file to legally secure their visitation rights during a divorce proceeding.
If you need assistance securing grandparents’ rights to visitation, an Orange County grandparents' rights lawyer from Alternative Divorce Solutions may be able help you. Our team can guide you through the many finer nuances of California family and divorce laws, including those pertaining to grandparents’ visitation rights, using a streamlined and tremendously successful process.
Contact an attorney-mediator from Alternative Divorce Solutions and review your legal options today.
The Right to See Your Loved Ones
Grandparents may find themselves as an unexpected victim of a divorce case when their right to visit their grandchildren is unexpectedly taken away from them. An attorney-mediator from Alternative Divorce Solutions will closely examine your exact situation and then guide you to the best possible outcome.
Grandparents can legally file for visitation in California under the following circumstances:
- If the grandchild’s married parents are living separately
- One parent has disappeared or has their whereabouts unknown
- The grandchild does not live with either of their parents
- The grandchild has been adopted by a step-parent
In order to secure these visitation rights, an attorney-mediator from Alternative Divorce Solutions will work to demonstrate a relationship and bond between grandparent and grandchild has been placed at risk by the visitation being denied. By demonstrating that grandparents’ visitation rights are within the child’s best interests, the court can create and enforce legal visitation rights for grandparents.
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