Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights?
Are you a grandparent who is being denied access to your grandchildren, or is attempting to gain custody of your grandchildren? Fortunately, grandparents do have visitation rights in the state of New York. Grandparents can request court-ordered visitations with their grandchildren, and in some cases, they can get custody. Watch this video by Rochester family lawyer Michelle Cimino to learn more.
I’m often asked whether a grandparent has visitation rights with respect to their grandchildren. The answer to that is yes, but that’s going to depend on a number of different factors, including the extent of their relationship with the grandchildren and their relationship with the other parent, and we can discuss that in greater detail during our confidential consultation.
The Cimino Law Firm has reunited countless grandparents and grandchildren over the years. This is one of the most satisfying aspects of practicing family law in Rochester. Both the grandparents and the grandchildren win when they are reunited. It is fulfilling to watch their faces light up once the legal process is finished, and they are brought back together.
Schedule your confidential consultation with attorney Michelle Cimino and let her experience work for you.
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