Protecting The Rights Of Grandparents

When a child's parents get divorced, it can cause plenty of mixed emotions within any children involved. Even worse is when the children are threatened with the loss of their relationship with their grandparents. Oftentimes, angry parents may try to keep their children from seeing his or her grandparents for various reasons. When this happens, you can seek legal means in order to enforce your rights.

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Whether your grandchildren are in a hostile environment, or their parents have lost their lives, our Collin County child custody lawyers at Scroggins Family Law can help you seek custody or visitation rights. As a grandparent, you have the right to form a bond with your grandchildren. Because we are compassionate to your situation, we understand what needs to be done on your behalf, and we will stand by your side throughout the entire process, aggressively pursuing a favorable result.

What Does The Court Consider?

When you seek legal action to enforce your rights as a grandparent, you will have to go to court. The courts in Texas will always take the best interests of the children into consideration before they make a decision regarding custody or extended visitation. There are a number of other factors that the court will look into such as the following:

  • The desires of the children
  • The bond between grandparent and grandchildren
  • The living condition in which the children reside
  • The health and well-being of the parents
  • The stability and safety of the current home
  • The grandparents' ability to provide

Seek Representation From Our Highly-Qualified Family Lawyers

At Scroggins Family Law, we have more than 24 years of experience aggressively representing individuals throughout Collin County in family law matters. We have been recognized by our peers as trusted professionals, earning a Superb 10.0 Avvo Rating and inclusion in the list of Super Lawyers. This is just part of what sets us apart from other firms.

We are compassionate to your needs, but when necessary, we are tenacious and relentless in seeking a successful case result. You can count on our Collin County divorce attorneys to represent your best interests.

Contact Scroggins Family Law, in Dallas, today at 214-469-3100.

We proudly serve Plano, Frisco, Allen, McKinney, Flower Mound, Highland Village and Lewisville.