Grandparent Rights Lawyer Serving New Jersey
The state of New Jersey is one of the few states that actually give grandparents a legal right to visit their grandchildren, even if a custodial parent does not want to spend time with them. The law allows a grandparent to petition for visitation if it can be proven that the visitation is in the best interest of the child in question. This is always not so easy.
Our litigation strategy will focus on these factors:
- Your relationship with the child
- Whether there has ever been a history of abuse or neglect on your part
- The frequency of contact you have had with the child
- The time that has elapsed since you last had contact
- The visitation agreement that exists between the parents, if the parents are divorced or separated
- Your relationship with each of your grandchild's parents
- The effect that visitation will have on the relationship between the child and parent
The best way to meet a tough challenge is with a tough litigation strategy with tough attorneys. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, we will not only help you understand your rights to visitation, but we will develop a battle plan to protect them. Even if you are facing a DYFS case, we can help you get into the case and protect your grandchildren. Don't let your grandchildren end up in foster care! Reach out to our experienced grandparent rights attorneys to discuss your legal rights as grandparents.
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