Can Someone Other Than The Parent Obtain Custody?
A common question that I get is can someone other than the parent obtain custody of a child. The answer to that is yes, but that’s going to depend on a number of different factors and circumstances and then often requires a judge to make that determination.
These situations can arise for a variety of reasons and the non-parent custody can be obtained by an aunt, uncle, stepfather, grandparent, or one of the parents new spouses.
If you are interested in learning more about how to get non-parent custody of a child, schedule a free consultation with Rochester child custody lawyer Michelle Cimino and let her experience work for you.
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