As a grandparent, you love your grandchild and want the best for him or her. You may want to spend time with the child and play a role in his or her life. But what if one of the parents objects and denies you access to your grandchild? Do you have any rights? Can you go to court to secure visitation rights?

The answers to these questions involve a number of complex legal issues and depend on the specific circumstances of your situation. Some grandparents can obtain visitation rights and even full custodial rights. Others may obtain access to their grandchildren only by the sufferance of the parents.

A Strong Advocate For Grandparents

Family law judges in California always decide child custody and visitation cases in ways that are in the best interest of the child. When one parent or the custodial parent objects to providing grandparents with access to a child, it is necessary to show the judge that the grandparents’ involvement will indeed have a positive effect on the child’s life.

Teresa Beyers provides vigorous results-oriented representation for grandparents seeking custody and visitation rights. Ms. Beyers has a comprehensive understanding of California law concerning grandparents’ rights as well as the trial advocacy skills that are often needed in these cases. When representing you, Los Angeles grandparents’ rights attorney Teresa Beyers will apply her experience, skills, and resources to your case and work diligently to achieve your goals.

Contact The Law Offices Of Teresa Beyers

To discuss your case with an experienced and committed grandparents’ rights lawyer, contact The Law Offices of Teresa Beyers in Los Angeles.

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