Charleston Child Custody for Grandparents Lawyers
Third Party Custody Visitation
Separation and divorce is always a stressful event for a parent concerned about their custody and visitation rights, but Grandparents often have concerns about their rights as well. If you are a grandparent and you feel as if your rights to your grandchildren are not being honored, our Charleston grandparents custody attorneys can provide the representation you need.
We offer case evaluations. Call (843) 256-3499 today to schedule yours!
When Can Grandparents File for Visitation or Custody?
In 2014, the grandparent visitation statute was amended to protect grandparent’s rights. The law now makes it much easier for a grandparent to obtain rights to visitation under certain circumstances. Representation is crucial for grandparents in this situation.
Grandparents can file for visitation or custody if:
- The child’s parents are living separate or if one of them is deceased;
- The child’s parents unreasonably deprive the grandparent of visits;
- Visitation wouldn’t interfere with the parent-child relationship; and
- The court finds the child’s parents are unfit or finds compelling circumstances.
The court’s primary concern is always the child’s best interest. You must demonstrate to the court that visitation or custody with a grandparent will benefit the child.
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At Shaw Law Firm, LLC, we have helped numerous clients throughout Charleston with their visitation and custody cases. We believe in providing high-quality legal counsel and client-focused attention to each of our cases. Our firm understands that each case, like each family, is completely unique and is affected by an individual set of factors. We take the time and energy needed to provide zealous advocacy for our clients.
To speak with our Charleston grandparents custody lawyers, call (843) 256-3499 and schedule an initial case evaluation! We are here to help you.